Easier Editing

Just added the option to logged-in (“authenticated”) users to see an edit or new draft link at the top of event pages. This should let you update the page as needed (directly) rather than submitting a duplicate event or using the [+] Feedback system or email/Twitter/whatever. When you click save, I’ll be notified and I can publlish your updates.

You don’t even need to be the event director or original author to update the information–how ’bout them apples?

Thanks for visiting,



pip3 with Conda (if you still have Python 2.7 in your Windows PATH)

If you want to use pip3 with your Anaconda Python 3 installation, you can copy pip.exe and pip-script.py in [Python 3]/Scripts/ to pip3.exe and pip3-script.py in the same folder. These will then show up in your PATH, so running pip3 install [x] will now work, and running pip install [x] will still work for your Python 2 installation.

It seems like you can do a similar thing with conda, if you are forced to install it for Spyder. Rename conda.exe, conda-env.exe, etc. and add [Python 2 Miniconda]/Scripts to your path.

(Thanks to Neil D. for the tip!)