In 2010, Alex Clark created Pillow , a software development fork of the venerable Python Imaging Library. As of early 2017, Pillow has been downloaded over 15 million times, can be found in many major Linux distributions such as Ubuntu and Fedora Core, and is used by Fortune-100-serving companies like Atlassian.
As of 2019, professional Pillow support is available from Tidelift.
1 >>> from PIL import Image 2 >>> im = Image.open("hopper.ppm") 3 5 >>> print(im.format, im.size, im.mode) 6 PPM (512, 512) RGB
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In 2008, we created ZPUGDC, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization known as the DC Python User's Group. We created this organization in an effort to expa nd our outreach and give back to the users and supporters of open source technology. DC Python is focused primarily on serving members of the local Washington, D.C., M aryland, and Virginia Python community, but we also support a larger area and scope of open-source technology efforts, worldwide. One of our most significant global co ntributions was the organization and hosting of the international Plone Conference 2008.
We continue to maintain our leadership responsibilities in the DC Python organization. We provide management and facilitate regular meetings, sprints, and m any other Python-related events and activities for the local Python community. We assume all responsibilities for the organization ensuring a continued commitment to i ts mission.Learn more