Python Code Quality Authority
 

Organization Summary

The PyCQA is not actually an authority on anything.
The PyCQA is a loose organization of people who maintain projects in roughly the same domain: automatic style and quality reporting. Almost all of these projects are widely used by the larger Python community (and by each other) to enforce style guidelines and maintain some modicum of consistency within a code base. The organization formed around these people to provide them an easy to remember namespace for their projects.

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Organization Type:
Non-Profit
Links:
 Homepage
Managers:
Ian Stapleton Cordasco, Ian Lee, The-Compiler, and Claudiu Popa
1,015 commits by
30 outside people on
11 of 17 projects
Python Code Quality Authority
2,494 commits by
2 people on 14 projects
9,387 commits by
2 of 2 people on
85 outside projects

Portfolio Projects

 
Name   Primary Language I Use This Community Rating 12-month Activity & Year-on-Year Change
Contributors Commits
Pyflakes Pyflakes
30
4.5
   
  Affiliated: 
  Outside:    12 +1 (9%) 26 +5 (23%)
flake8 flake8
10
5.0
 
  Affiliated:  -1 (100%) -170 (100%)
  Outside:    16 -5 (23%) 103 +63 (157%)
pycodestyle pycodestyle
9
5.0
 
  Affiliated:  -1 (100%) -20 (100%)
  Outside:    18 +2 (12%) 60 +18 (42%)
Prospector (Python) Prospector (Python)
4
4.0
   
  Affiliated: 
  Outside:    8 -7 (46%) 82 +6 (7%)

P

pydocstyle
2 none
  Affiliated: 
  Outside:    8 -6 (42%) 60 -98 (62%)

F

flake8-docstrings
1 none
  Affiliated:  -1 (100%) -21 (100%)
  Outside:    29 -2 (6%) 190 +107 (128%)

F

flake8-import-order
1 none
  Affiliated: 
  Outside:    8 -4 (33%) 43 +7 (19%)

M

mccabe
1 none
  Affiliated:  -1 (100%) -11 (100%)
  Outside:    4 -2 (33%) 14 +3 (27%)

B

bandit
1 none
  Affiliated: 
  Outside:    17 -9 (34%) 53 -50 (48%)
Baron (Python) Baron (Python)
1
5.0
 
  Affiliated: 
  Outside:    7 -4 (36%) 89 +47 (111%)
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