Pyroma 1.3.1 released
Update: After another bug report I realized I didn’t have a check that there are distributions uploaded to the Cheeseshop. This despite being a pet peeve of mine that people don’t upload distributions to the Cheeseshop. So I released 1.4, with an additional check for this.
Pyroma rhymes with aroma, and is a product aimed at giving a rating of how well a Python project complies with the best practices of the Python packaging ecosystem, primarily PyPI, pip, Distribute etc, as well as a list of issues that could be improved.
The aim of this is both to help people make a project that is nice and usable, but also to improve the quality of Python third-party software, making it easier and more enjoyable to use the vast array of available modules for Python.
Pyroma 1.3.1 fixes a small bug and improves the integration with zest.releaser for a smoother release experience.