From humble beginnings in 2001, the SciPy library has grown into one of the cornerstones of the scientific Python ecosystem, and it recently had a milestone 1.0 release. In this talk I'd like to explore the road to that 1.0 release, as well as some questions and ideas about what's next for the project and community. How do we grow and sustain the project in the future? What is happening around sustainability of projects in the ecosystem? And what does this mean for users and aspiring contributors?
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