The 2020 Python Language Summit

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The Python Language Summit is a small gathering of Python language implementers (both the core developers of CPython and alternative Pythons), as well third-party library authors and other Python community members. The Summit features short presentations followed by group discussions. In 2020, the Summit was held over two days by videoconference; questions were asked by a combination of voice and chat. It was led by Łukasz Langa and Mariatta Wijaya.

Thanks to MongoDB for sponsoring the Python Language Summit.



Day 1

Should All Strings Become f-strings?
Eric V. Smith

Replacing CPython’s Parser with a PEG-based parser
Pablo Galindo, Lysandros Nikolaou, Guido van Rossum

A Formal Specification for the (C)Python Virtual Machine
Mark Shannon

HPy: a Future-Proof Way of Extending Python?
Antonio Cuni

CPython Documentation: The Next 5 Years
Carol Willing, Ned Batchelder



Day 2


Lightning talks round 1
Sumana Harihareswara, Eric Snow

The Path Forward for Typing
Guido van Rossum

Property-Based Testing for Python Builtins and the Standard Library
Zac Hatfield-Dodds

Core Workflow Updates
Mariatta Wijaya

CPython on Mobile Platforms
Russell Keith-Magee

Lighting talks round 2
Zac Hatfield-Dodds, Jim Baker, Eric Holscher, Mariatta Wijaya



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