Thanks to maintainers working on projects like Pylint, you can use Tidelift to give your teams access to a continuously curated stream of validated data about vetted components they need to make intelligent decisions, faster.
You can feel confident bringing Pylint into your application’s dependency tree because the maintainers of Pylint are paid by Tidelift to ensure their open source projects follow standardized secure software development practices.
Pylint is a code analysis for Python. A Python source code analyzer, Pylint looks for programming errors, helps enforcing a coding standard and sniffs for some code smells.
Pylint is available via the PyPI package manager.
"I was the first Python maintainer and one of the first 10 maintainers to sign up with Tidelift. Tidelift funding has helped me set aside time to work on the project. Time is key, and something I think all open source users should consider when they complain about project performance - maintainers don't necessarily do just this."