Just making note of the typeshed project 
https://github.com/python/typeshed, "Typeshed models function types for the 
Python standard library and Python builtins, as well as third party 
packages."

Pertaining to my earlier question about how pyi files should tell what 
version of a library they pertain to:FWIW, typeshed uses directory branches 
for different pyi files pertaining to different versions of Python, and 
version-range conditionals within pyi files. These version-selective 
devices pertain to version of Python. The interest in the discussion here 
would relate to version of Django, of course, where it seems similar 
measures might apply.

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