Today Andy Breiner submitted a new Python snippet that demonstrates the use of the os module and Regular Expressions and looks at all the snippets in the Python Snippets library and counts how many people have submitted snippets. This is a great way of seeing how many people are contributing to the project. Well, I wanted to share the date with you folks:

  • Jim Bublitz: 15 snippets
  • Andy Breiner: 11 snippets
  • Jono Bacon: 10 snippets
  • Darren Worrall: 7 snippets
  • Simon Vermeersch: 6 snippets
  • Scott Ferguson: 4 snippets
  • Jurjen Stellingwerff: 4 snippets
  • Tim Voet: 3 snippets
  • Markus Korn: 3 snippets
  • Siegfried-Angel Gevatter Pujals: 3 snippets
  • Huntly Cameron: 3 snippets
  • Tiago Boldt Sousa: 2 snippets
  • Simon Edwards: 1 snippet
  • Scott James Remnant: 1 snippet
  • Benjamin Klueglein: 1 snippet
  • Rich Jones: 1 snippet
  • Oliver Marks: 1 snippet
  • John Turek: 1 snippet
  • Jonathan Riddell: 1 snippet
  • Josh Holland: 1 snippet
  • João Pinto: 1 snippet
  • Gonzalo Núñez: 1 snippet
  • Nick Veitch: 1 snippet
  • Evan Briones: 1 snippet
  • David D. Lowe: 1 snippet
  • Bruno Girin: 1 snippet
  • David Futcher: 1 snippet
  • Bastian Kennel: 1 snippet
  • Andre “Osku” Schmidt: 1 snippet

What a fantastic collection of top-tier rock stars! These people have come together to contribute to a total of 173 snippets as it stands today! The other snippets in the library don’t have a specific author attached (they came from documentation).

I am not only pleased with how some of these folks have really gone to town in creating snippets, but also just how many different people have contributed. That is fantastic.

Of course, you can be one of these people too! Go and find out how to contribute your Python snippets today!

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