That one uses Python 2. I use Python 3. If I really can't find one in Python 3, I probably wouldn't have a problem using Python 2, but I'd like to stick to 3 just to keep it consistent with all my other stuff.
I also know C# and Java if anyone knows of an open source QR encoder for either of those languages.
I gave up on finding a Py3 solution, and tried pyqrnative. It's really simple (only one file) and works like a charm. I may port it to Py3 if I ever find the time. Probably never gonna happen though because it's almost a thousand lines, I'm lazy as hell, and it needs PIL (Python Imaging Library) which currently only works with 32-bit Python 2.7.
I started working on a windows forms authentication project, which uses nhibernate, and has some management pages for managing user settings, such as resetting user password. This forms based authentication ...