Mozilla spins out Pyodide Python-in-the-browser project

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Pyodide has been spun out by Mozilla into an independent, community-driven project. Consisting of the CPython 3.8 interpreter compiled to WebAssembly, Pyodide allows Python to run in web browsers.

The Pyodide project has a new home in a separate GitHub organization, at github.com/pyodide, with documentation at pyodide.org. The project will be maintained by volunteers. A governance document has been published along with a project roadmap, which outlines goals such as better performance of Python code, reducing download sizes, and simplification of package loading.

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