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An incomplete list of people in the Python community to follow on Twitter and Mastodon.

Python People

(Updated 2022-11-16 with suggestions from comments below, Twitter and Mastodon)

An incomplete list of people in the Python community to follow on Twitter and Mastodon.

With the risk that Twitter dies, I'd be sad to lose links to interesting people in the community, hence this list.

I would love you to comment below with links to people I've missed.

More context and comments at the end of the list.

Some notes:

  • Profiles are ordered by number of twitter followers - not because this is a good measure of "interesting", but rather because it is the least bad quantifiable proxy for "interesting" available.
  • I haven't omitted anyone intentionally, but neither have I tried to be exhaustive. Sorry. If you think I've missed someone (including yourself), please comment with links to their profiles.
  • I don't intend to keep this list updated, but if you spot any egregious errors in the profiles shown, please let me know via comments and I'll try to correct it.
  • People's "bio" is taken from their Twitter profile, and is not necessarily a good summary of their interests.
@rahulkp220
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rahulkp220 commented Nov 15, 2022

Love to see Kenneth Reitz (creator of requests and many more such projects.)
Twitter: kennethreitz42
Github: kennethreitz

@tim-schilling
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tim-schilling commented Nov 15, 2022

Here's a portion of the folks I follow on Twitter because of their involvement in the Python community.

@sethmlarson
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sethmlarson commented Nov 15, 2022

You're missing urllib3 and Trio maintainer Quentin Pradet:

@ptmcg
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ptmcg commented Nov 15, 2022

Please add me (Paul McGuire):

@pgjones
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pgjones commented Nov 18, 2022

I'm @pdgjones on twitter and @pgjones@fosstodon.org.

@pawamoy
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pawamoy commented Nov 19, 2022

Martin Donath has a Mastodon account at @squidfunk@birdsite.lakedrops.com.

@samuelcolvin
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samuelcolvin commented Nov 19, 2022

Accounts with birdsite in the name are generally bot accounts linked to a twitter profile.

@pawamoy
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pawamoy commented Nov 19, 2022

Oh, I didn't know that, thanks for the explanation.

@samuelcolvin
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samuelcolvin commented Nov 19, 2022

Neither did I until compiling this list :-).

They normally say "bot" on the profile. I don't really understand.

@pawamoy
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pawamoy commented Nov 19, 2022

For what it's worth, Martin confirmed to me that he had a Mastodon account, though I'm not sure the "birdsite" one was the one he referred to.

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