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On 14.12.2014 18:44, Alan Evangelista wrote:
> I work with Python web frameworks for 2 years. The web frameworks wiki in python.org
> is the #1 result when you search "python web frameworks" in Google , but I think it is outdated and
> needs some updates.
> It lists Grok, Pylons and Zope2 as popular full-stack frameworks. All of them are *not* popular and
> are currently in maintenance
> status and are not being actvely developed for years. imho they should be moved to the "Other
> Full-Stack Frameworks" section.
> Also, I dont understand why Flask is categorized as "full-stack framework" if it classifies itself
> as a microframework
> (even the python.org wiki contains that Flashdescription).
> Also, for consistency I think it'd be nice to either (1) also show first the popular basic framework
> such as flask,
> bottle, cherrypy first in basic frameworks list or (2) unify popular and "not-so-popular" full-stack
> frameworks list.
> I'd like to have editor permission to update this wiki with these changes.
> Alan Evangelista
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