I'm delighted to announce the release of notmm 0.2.10, aka "botryococcus braunii", the world first and only heterogeneous web toolkit with a algae-based nickname ! *:-)
notmm is a open, non-monolithic, and Python written web toolkit, mostly influenced by Django and Pylons development. Imho, its simple design makes it a clever and remarquable choice from a security perspective, and in particular for building extendable mashups/web APIs.
Discussion group: http://groups.google.com/group/notmm-discuss/
Mercurial repository: http://joelia.gthc.org/projects/notmm/0.2.10-maint/
On the PyPi archive: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/notmm/0.2.10/
This is a stable release and as usual, updating is recommended. Its also a important mile stone for notmm development; and I sincerely enjoyed programming the whole thing, since the previous and now obsolete 0.2.9 release.
Too many things has changed since the "phycocyanine" release. Most importantly, support for Elixir, SQLAlchemy and WSGI has been greatly improved. Making it mostly compatible with Django 1.0 was also an important feature, however I'd be interested in comments regarding this. Does it work for you without patching Django ?
Moreover, for thoses interested in patching Django, I recommend you to check out django.bugfixes, a sister-project for notmm-0.2.10:
$ hg clone http://joelia.gthc.org/django.bugfixes/ django.bugfixes
This repository is clonable with Mercurial, and offers a series of patches for patching Django. So please read the README for more info.. :0)
Best regards, Etienne