August 17th, 2011
When I wrote Pycco, it was meant to be a single-serving coding session. It was fun and simple. But then the project started receiving more attention than I ever expected it to. In fact, one year later, I am still getting a pull request every month or so. But the problem is that I no longer have the time to spend nor interest in maintaining the project. I feel bad because a few people are out there dedicating their own precious time while writing code to make Pycco better, and I'm not holding up my end of the bargain by reviewing that code and merging it back to the project.
If anyone would like to adopt this project and give it a loving home, please leave a comment here and we can work it out. I'd hate to see the project rot away while there are definitely still a few people interested in it.
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