You are smart. No one else knows much. In fact, most people are pretty stupid. Everything except what you're doing right now is stupid. Django is stupid. Zope is stupid. Twisted is stupid. Setuptools is stupid. The GIL is stupid. Pylons is stupid. TurboGears is stupid. Guido is stupid. PJE is stupid. Ruby on Rails is a total hack. And oh my god, all these people in IRC are clearly mentally challenged. Why do they keep arguing with you?
I get it: it's not easy being a genius. So, if you don't mind, I have a request. Given that it would certainly not tax you professionally, because it's all so simple and obvious, do you think that you could contribute something to Python or some Python-related project that demonstrates your immense base of knowledge and helps other people?
Ah but wait! You have. I've seen that one package you keep talking about that you wrote and released six months ago. It has a couple of users, even. But look... uh... oh dear.. this is awkward. I don't mean to be negative here. But there's a couple problems. You may be a genius, but at 33% test coverage, you better be almost omniscient. I'm personally not a genius, so I need to rely on something so banal as package test coverage metrics to make decisions about what to use.
Look. Let's be frank. I know you were the smartest guy in your high school class. I realize that in your circle of peers, you are the one who most often actually knows what he's doing. I get the fact that you like puzzles, and you're good at solving them. I realize you believe you are hot shit, and a few other people might too.
But if I may be so bold, here are some suggestions: