While pypip.in is available under the MIT license on GitHub, it’s not explained how to really use it properly.
You can gather how to set-up the Python source of the project and get the Twisted process running, this is totally reliant on using the img.shields.io.
I decided to write this article explaining how to install your own copy of the shields nodejs code, pypipin itself and even cover off supervisord and Varnish too.
shields & nodejs
First of all you’ll need to get the latest source code copy of nodejs from the nodejs download page.
tar -xvzf node-<VERSION>.tar.gz
You’ll need to install the build tools, if you don’t have them already.
sudo apt-get install build-essential
And then make and install node.
make && sudo make install
Redis is used to temporarily store PyPI responses.