After 10 years of hosting Pylint on our own forge at logilab.org, we've decided to publish version 1.0 and move Pylint and astng development to BitBucket. There has been repository mirrors there for some time, but we intend now to use all BitBucket features, notably Pull Request, to handle various development tasks.
There are several reasons behind this. First, using both BitBucket and our own forge is rather cumbersome, for integrators at least. This is mainly because BitBucket doesn't provide support for Mercurial's changeset evolution feature while our forge relies on it. Second, our forge has several usability drawbacks that make it hard to use for newcomers, and we lack the time to be responsive on this. Finally, we think that our quality-control process, as exposed by our forge, is a bit heavy for such community projects and may keep potential contributors away.
All in all, we hope this will help to have a wider contributor audience as well as more regular maintainers / integrators which are not Logilab employees. And so, bring the best Pylint possible to the Python community!
Logilab.org web pages will be updated to mention this, but kept as there is still valuable information there (eg tickets). We may also keep automatic tests and package building services there.
So, please use https://bitbucket.org/logilab/pylint as main web site regarding pylint development. Bug reports, feature requests as well as contributions should be done there. The same move will be done for Pylint's underlying library, logilab-astng (https://bitbucket.org/logilab/astng). We also wish in this process to move it out of the 'logilab' python package. It may be a good time to give it another name, if you have any idea don't hesitate to express yourself.
Pylint turning 10 and moving out of its parents is probably a good time to thank Logilab for paying me and some colleagues to create and maintain this project!