October 13th, 2010
Today I was prompted to throw Pycco up on PyPi. I had never pushed a package to PyPi before; I assumed it would be hard, require too much sign up and registration. Turns out that it was a breeze to register and push a project, so I did it for Zoolander as well.
If anyone out there is afraid to put one of their Github projects on PyPi because of perceived hassle, I am here to tell you otherwise. Just do it, its easy.
python setup.py register python setup.py sdist upload
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