[Chicago] They're doing it again...

Ian Bicking ianb at colorstudy.com
Tue Oct 11 18:13:56 CEST 2005

Adrian Holovaty wrote:
> Martin Maney wrote:
>>  http://www.turbogears.org.nyud.net:8090/about/index.html
>>Guess Django and all the other pretenders are obsolete now, huh?  :-)
> Heh, I certainly wouldn't say that. I wish them luck, as it's nice to see 
> Python gaining even more popularity -- but Django will always have the 
> advantage that the many pieces of the puzzle fit together incredibly well, 
> rather than being stacked together as an afterthought.

FWIW, people responsible for each piece of the stack are on the 
TurboGears list, and even if they aren't using it directly (I'm not, for 
instance) they are still helping out with its development in their 
respective areas.  Similarly we're seeing a cloud of interlocking commit 
privileges develop, and I've already seen people who started with 
TurboGears send contributions to its constituent projects.  I've even 
seen useful exchanges between Subway people and TurboGears people, which 
is a sensitive area since they so closely overlap.  Open source software 
is very maleable.

Ian Bicking  /  ianb at colorstudy.com  /  http://blog.ianbicking.org

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