Python is perhaps the least understood (and arguably the most powerful) aspect of Blender.Â To resolve this, Tim Wakeham (timmeh) has started a wiki site dedicated to Python in Blender, aptly named blenderpython.org.
From the site:
This site intends to provide documentation and support for those wishing to further their knowledge of Python, specifically for use in the 3D Animation package, Blender.
Over the coming weeks, the content which resides in the Blending Into Python Wikibook will be migrated across to this wiki, with the aim of extending and further refining the fantastic work Campbell 'ideasman' Barton has already done.
We encourage anyone who has the knowledge to spread it around and participate. All you need is a user account, then you can get started. At this stage style guidelines are still being worked on and further work on the interface is still occurring, so things may change slightly in the near future.
This site will no doubt be an amazing resource for those wishing to extend Blender's functionality with an already well established and powerful scripting using Python.Â So for those that are looking to learn or looking to contribute, visit the site!