Author Chi Hsuan Yen
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> No, really, pi is wrong...

For me it's a sign that pi is (currently) more common than tau. One purpose of the documentation is helping newcomers understand what Python's built-in objects mean. "tau = 2 * pi" is better than "pi = tau / 2" as those who know pi only are more than those who know tau only.
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