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  1. I've started this public repo as a learning tool. I'm not sure if other people will be able to use this in the future just by running it. I'd like others to be able to use this as a learning tool and give people who are helping me more context when they're helping me out. I'm also making this because I just don't know the best practices for setting up a pipeline like this, so please if you could offer any critiques or pointers for Python/PySide in general that'd be great. This is a VS 2015 project for windows and will require the user to download their ftrack_api from the ftrackapp website and place the contents of the .tar file in the [root_folder]\modules\ftrack\pythonpath folder. More details will be in the README. The repo: https://github.com/mikebourbeauart/ftrack-from-source