New Python user, and I was just wondering how much userbase is represented here on openstudy and whether or not they are active posters. If you are a Python programmer or are just learning, post something here to identify yourself!
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Hi there skorlir, welcome to the site. There's a few active members who are into Python, but no real Python community. We'll often bump into one another and have a little chat, but it's more really about helping each other learn, so it tends to be quiet narrow discussions of the question posted, though you can post anything you like, within reason.
There's a few people, maybe a dozen people who float in and out, four or five that are on most days. There's nobody who's really expert in Python, but there's some new programmers and some who've been into it a little while. I've been learning Python for a couple of years, there's a guy who's doing CS at uni ~ that sort of thing.
The site itself is pretty new though so there's a small, but growing community on here. Hopefully things will take off over time. If you're looking for help with learning Python, there will always be someone along who can give you a hand before long, the site's pretty good for that, but it'll tend to be the same users over and over, with the odd new face. That's not such a bad thing though.
Again, welcome to the site.
P.S. They tend to hang around in the MIT 6.0 group, if you click See All Groups on the Home Page, it'll show up. The course is taught in Python, so Python stuff tends to end up in that group more than this one.