Early 2016 (January 19th to be exact), serious work began on a new PyVideo. The goal was to carry a torch that was at risk of going out (see Welcome to the new PyVideo). Before PyCon 2016, the new site was a humble skeleton of what it is now. The data -- although a tremendous archive, with over 3,000 videos catalogued -- was a fraction of what is now. As PyCon 2016 hit, a team of 20-plus developers sprinted together to ensure this work was not lost.
Now, years later, we have a statically generated site with many thousands of videos and counting.
This simply would not have been possible without the support of the Python community. Here is a link to just a few of the developers that have chipped in their time:
These developers are hardworking, kind, and supportive. I'm fortunate to work with such a wonderful team.
So, finally, thank you.
Together we've created a resource that helps Python developers at all levels hone their skills and move toward the developers they want to be.