[Web-SIG] Re: Just lost another one to Rails
wilk-ml at flibuste.net
Fri Apr 15 19:03:32 CEST 2005
mike bayer <mike_mp at zzzcomputing.com> writes:
> I'm all for WSGI being as much of a "standard" as we should be embracing.
> But the Python community is a lot more varied than the Ruby one; people
> are thinking way out in their own boxes and have their preferred way of
> doing things (i.e. like people who only want to do python-generated
> HTML)...instead of reacting to and imitating the Ruby community, we should
> be presenting the world with our own community, where here are our
> favorite ways of doing web applications, but there are several varieties
> of how we do it. In the Python world, you have to use your brain a little
I'm totaly agree with this.
I use python to make office intranet, web games, project management,
monitoring, forum... So much think that don't need the same framework,
the same server, the same template engine. I had to do my own framework
and it was very easy in python :-) Before for the sames things i had to
use php, java, C...
The slogan of python-for-the-web could be "so easy to do his own
framework" ! It was for this that i switched from php for python (did
you try to make a serious framework in php !?)
It was just difficult for me to decide if i must hack simplehttpserver
or choose one server in the jungle. I also had to make my own session
I think wsgi adress this and it's very fine. We must just help
developpers to make theirs components wsgi compliants, more tutorials,
more examples like wsgikit. I personaly don't think we need to follow
ruby or php example. When somes frameworks will said "choose a wsgi
server from this list" we'll win :-)!
William - http://flibuste.net
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