If you want to get involved and contribute with patches or documentation, start by opening an issue. All development happens on the dry-python github project.
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Since 2018 — Kaluga, Russia
Creator of the dry-python project. A former member of the django channels maintenance team. Python programmer. Emacs user.
Since 2018 — Moscow, Russia
CTO at wemake.services, ElixirLangMoscow organizer
Since 2019 — Chelyabinsk, Russia