Activity of pallets/flask repository

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Significant drop in contribution activity

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Why pallets/flask is inactive?

The result is based on ratio of number of commits and code additions from initial and final time ranges.

Initial time range – from 10 Feb, 2023 to 13 May, 2023

Final time range – from 11 Nov, 2023 to 10 Feb, 2024

From 5 to 2 commits per week
From 98 to 39 additions per week
From 204 to 27 deletions per week
Data calculated on 10 Feb, 2024

Summary of pallets/flask

The GitHub repository named "pallets/flask" is the official repository for Flask, a lightweight and versatile Python web framework for web development. Flask was created by Armin Ronacher of Pocoo, an international group of Python enthusiasts. The repository is currently managed by the Pallets Project.

Flask is based on the Werkzeug WSGI (Web Server Gateway Interface) toolkit and Jinja2 template engine. It is known for its simplicity and minimalistic approach with the ability of scaling up to complex applications.

The "pallets/flask" repository provides all the necessary resources to learn, use, and contribute to the Flask web framework, including project files, documentation, issue tracking, and version history. It also hosts the source code of the project, which is written in Python.

Key features of Flask are:

  • Contains development server and debugger
  • Integrated support for unit testing
  • RESTful request dispatching
  • Uses Jinja2 templating
  • Support for secure cookies (client-side sessions)
  • 100% WSGI 1.0 compliant
  • Unicode based, with ability to plug in any ORM
  • HTTP request handling

Despite being a micro framework, Flask is more than capable for building robust web applications. It can also be extended through a variety of plugins available.

This repository follows standard open-source conventions for contributions, including having a detailed guide and using pull requests for code changes.

The Flask project is open to contributions from anyone willing to participate in open-source development, and is an excellent repository to start contributing to larger projects.

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