The most popular Captcha library for Python, with over 800 stars on GitHub, it sure is the one I used, despite the fact that it does the job as intended, it has no documentation at all, as the README is vague, which require to understand the library by running the code directly, not by reading docs, and appears as an abandoned project, the latest commit is 2 months ago and the latest reease is 4 years ago.
discord.py has been the leader of Discord bot for over 5 years. It includes many features, such as auto-sharding or cogs (Modules, basically). The library has been abandoned because Danny, the owner of discord.py, thought it was the best choice to do due to do Discord not listening to the developers. See his gist: https://gist.github.com/Rapptz/4a2f62751b9600a31a0d3c78100287f1 As such, many forks of the discord.py have seen the days, but to be fairly honest, Danny was the only one capable of handling it, so I do not think anyone else will be able to continue this library the way Danny meant to.
I love TailwindCSS! It is my favorite way to work with CSS & HTML at the same time/. I never liked having a different CSS file "connected" to a HTML file, and having to have both of the file open to edit something. Tailwind is the way to go have everything in the same file. In my point, it makes your CSS so much easily readable, you won't have to go through a long list of HTML elements and see which does what. However, whenever you have a LOT of CSS, it quickly get out of hand and becomes unreadable. Following the review of Tryall (https://openbase.com/js/tailwindcss/reviews/93c772f7-c3e8-4b15-911c-dc5ec4afffc5), it's even more confusing to use TailwindCSS with Vue using SFC, where I think "<style>" is more convenient.
Vue is a great framework! It's really easy to learn and its performance is slightly faster than React. It continues to grow in popularity every year, and isn't jumping the shark with things like hooks. I use Vue for all of my projects because it's so much faster to set up, and you don't need a computer science degree to understand it.
Red-DiscordBot (Generally called Red) is a modular Discord Bot that you self host by yourself. His difference compared to others open-source Diecord bot is that their docs is extremely complete, the bot support many OS and the installation can be done by any beginner. It's modularity is very important, many developers are creating modules for the bot that anyone can install in their bot in top of the core modules. As such you decide what you can have on your bot. There are a lot of modules, check them out at https://index.discord.red. The community is welcoming, as long as you're not acting like a child, you're more than welcome to join, the support is reactive and you'll have a lot of fun speaking and testing with the many members available.
After being suggested to use Vue for being easier than React, I started my first Vue project and created a simple website. The documentation is complete, it gives you a lot of informations on how to make a great Vue website. The diversity of optional packages available to use makes it even more customizable, on top of Vue's default features. SRC is of course one of the most loved feature out there. It's absolutely breathtaking to cut your website in multiple files and assemble them in just one. The little problem with Vue is it's hard to understand at first. I think it's not really great to have "v-for", "v-if" right inside the HTML blocks, it's not my most preferred choice as it sometimes creates confusion on the end result.