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conda is an OS-agnostic, system-level binary package manager

The conda Organization

Conda is an open-source organization and the community behind the conda package manager.

The conda community is composed of three organizations here on GitHub:

The flowchart below explains how projects move within these organizations:

flowchart LR
    %% nodes
    community(Community):::community
    incubator(conda-incubator):::github
    conda(conda):::github
    archive(conda-archive):::github

    %% graph
    community-- invitation -->incubator
    incubator-- graduation -->conda
    %% incubator-- inactive -->archive
    %% incubator-- unassociated -->community
    conda-- inactive -->archive
    %% conda-- dissolved -->incubator
    %% archive-- revived -->incubator

    %% style
    classDef community fill:#fff,stroke:#24292f,stroke-width:2,stroke-dasharray: 5 5
    classDef github fill:#24292f,stroke:none,color:#fff

Note Projects may also be directly added to the conda organization upon request to the steering council. For more details, please read Incorporate a Software Project into the main conda Organization.

Important Repositories

Important Community Places

  • Governance: outlines and defines how the conda community works
  • CEPs: Conda Enhancement Proposals
  • Discourse: conda community discussion forum
  • Twitter: for the latest developments

All interactions within the conda Organization are governed by our Code of Conduct.

Pinned

  1. conda Public

    OS-agnostic, system-level binary package manager and ecosystem

    Python 5k 1.3k

  2. conda-build Public

    Commands and tools for building conda packages

    Python 311 374

  3. conda-docs Public

    Conda documentation

    319 407

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