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It uses facial tracking, gestures, lipsync and text to make the body talk. You will find it used for making characters talk in cartoons, websites, video games and educational videos. At the moment I want to build a Python 2.7 package that will use React to render NodeJS. While not very hard to accomplish, I feel that I'd want to know what sort of things I might run into so I can plan for them. The license: is MIT or Apache 2.0? One or both, or something else? The latest licensing guidance suggests MIT, but I'm not sure. Do I need to add a LICENSE file to the package, or a NOTICE file? I'd expect the package to have a README.md This is my first package, so I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed. How do I create a package for Windows, Mac, or Linux, using the (Mac) Xcode build system? I've never used this, and I don't want to learn it all at once. It seems like Python setup.py --dist-dir might be the way to go, but I'm not sure. There's a discussion here, but it doesn't address these questions. How does the workflow look like for a package that does not have a maintainer? I want to make it simple and easy for the maintainers to add new files to the project and their new commits will be imported in my package. What are the dependencies of my package? Can I write something like this: # License: MIT # System requirements: # * Python 2.7 or newer # * Numpy >= 1.8 or newer This will be nice to have in the README, and I can go on to explain the dependencies in the documentation. I'm curious to hear how other people think about this issue. After publishing the first version of a package on PyPI, I often think: "Oh man, what have I done? Why did I do this?" Am I being stupid? Do I need to do this every single time? Will the pain of creating a package and making it available to the public be worthwhile? What do other people think? Some more thoughts on this: A package is a large object that you need to package up. It can include source code, docs, tests, database information,... It is going to be uploaded to PyPI,


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