Every year, just before the start of PyCon US, around 30 core developers, triagers, and special guests gather for the Python Language Summit: an all-day event of talks where the future direction of Python is discussed. The summit in 2022 was the first in-person summit since 2019, due to disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic in 2020-21.
This year's summit was covered by Alex Waygood.
|This year's Language Summit attendees|
- Python without the GIL: A talk by Sam Gross
- Reaching a per-interpreter GIL: A talk by Eric Snow
- The "Faster CPython" project: 3.12 and beyond: A talk by Mark Shannon
- WebAssembly: Python in the browser and beyond: A talk by Christian Heimes
- F-strings in the grammar: A talk by Pablo Galindo Salgado
- Cinder Async Optimisations: A talk by Itamar Ostricher
- The issue and PR backlog: A talk by Irit Katriel
- The path forward for immortal objects: A talk by Eddie Elizondo and Eric Snow
- Lightning talks, featuring short presentations by Carl Meyer, Thomas Wouters, Kevin Modzelewski, Samuel Colvin and Larry Hastings