We are grateful for the support from our sponsors
The Pylons Project receives support in the form of services, software, goods, and financial contributions. Open source software faces challenges of sustainability. Individual members of and contributors to the Pylons Project donate their expertise and time receiving little or no remuneration. Sometimes a gracious gesture or simple "thank you" rewards the developers by letting them know that you appreciate their efforts.
We express special thanks to the following sponsors for their commitment to open source software and the Pylons Project. We encourage your patronization of our sponsors.
Linode provides DNS and web hosting services for Pylons Project websites, including PylonsProject.org, TryPyramid.com, and WebOb.org.
PyCharm is an integrated development environment for Python from JetBrains. PyCharm Professional Edition includes Pyramid as one of its Python web frameworks, making it easy to create, debug, and run Pyramid projects.
Core developers in any project under the Pylons Project are eligible to receive a renewable one-year free and open source software license for all JetBrains products, including PyCharm, at no cost. Contact user
stevepiercy in the
#pyramid IRC channel on
Talk Python Training
Talk Python Training provides online Python courses across a wide range of topics, including web development, data access, Pythonic code, and much more.
Core developers in any project under the Pylons Project are eligible to receive a promo code for the course Building data-driven web apps with Pyramid and SQLAlchemy. Register online at training.talkpython.fm and email Michael Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the Docs
Read the Docs simplifies software documentation by automating building, versioning, and hosting of your docs for you.
Most projects under the Pylons Project use Read the Docs' free service for publishing its documentation in multiple formats and versions. Additionally we display Ethical Ads that don't track our readers and respects their privacy, returning ad revenue to the Python Software Foundation.