If you are a Python user which happens to use Windows every now and then you probably also suffer when installing (or at least trying to) Python packages which need to be compiled. Python wheels really help here, as they ease the installation of binary packages, and even make the installation of non-binary packages faster.
Long time pyuv contributor Marc Schlaich has recently began to provide these wheels for both 32 and 64 Windows, for all supported Python versions: 2.7, 3.3 and 3.4. Wheels for pyuv 1.0.2 have already been uploaded to PyPI, you can check how to install Python wheels here.
Thanks a lot for your contributions Marc!