Has anybody looked into gettting Kedro added to Anaconda? They have two classes of support. 1) Default where it comes installed 2) supported where it is ready to install through the Anaconda GUI and the package conflicts are resolved.
Being in Anaconda is a clear bar to establish legitimacy
11/22/2022, 7:29 PM
It's installable via Conda (see https://anaconda.org/conda-forge/kedro). I don't know about through the GUI since I don't use it. I don't really see why it would be a default package (but again, I use Miniconda and not Anaconda and definitely not via GUI, so probably not the best reference).
11/22/2022, 10:32 PM
Well that is better than needing to pip install I suppose. I would have thought that anything that could be conda installed would be visible in the GUI but I guess not. Thanks
11/23/2022, 9:52 AM
I guess we could reach out to them, does anyone know what the process for doing so is?
12/05/2022, 1:54 PM
No, but I suspect there is a formal process. If you want to volunteer to be the representative there is likely an email.