I am fairly sure if you give the PyPA that suggestion, they will just deflate 
at the thought of the workload.  Besides, we already offer private repos for 
free, several ways ranging from devpi to python -m SimpleHTTPServer in a 
specially created directory.



From: Python-ideas <python-ideas-bounces+tritium-list=sdamon....@python.org> On 
Behalf Of Nick Humrich
Sent: Wednesday, April 4, 2018 12:26 PM
To: python-ideas@python.org
Subject: [Python-ideas] Pypi private repo's


I am sure this has been discussed before, and this might not even be the best 
place for this discussion, but I just wanted to make sure this has been thought 

What if pypi.org <http://pypi.org>  supported private repos at a cost, similar 
to npm?

This would be able to help support the cost of pypi, and hopefully make it 
better/more reliable, thus in turn improving the python community.

If this discussion should happen somewhere else, let me know.


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