[pydotorg-www] Edition request for the WebFrameworks wiki

Florimond Manca florimond.manca at gmail.com
Mon Feb 11 03:08:35 EST 2019


Yes, sure, Mats. This is actually my first time as a wiki editor so I’m still new to the workflow. Will send an update when I get time!

> Le 11 févr. 2019 à 02:09, Mats Wichmann <mats at wichmann.us> a écrit :
> 
>> On 2/10/19 4:01 PM, Florimond Manca wrote:
>> I just made the change, thanks!
>> 
>> I was wondering — how relevant would it be to create a separate section for asynchronous frameworks?
>> 
>> There is actually quite a few of them. Some are in the list already (Quart, Sanic, and now Bocadillo) and some not yet (Starlette, Responder, Vibora, Japronto, etc.).
>> 
>> Perhaps it would be better to set them apart in a section called « Asynchronous frameworks » or similar. I’m not sure whether there should be a distinction between fullstack/non-fullstack since all existing async frameworks are quite « micro ».
> 
> Given the "you're either in the non-async world or you're in the async
> world" nature exposed by your first point, why don't you just go for it?
> It's a wiki, if people hate it it can just be changed again.
> 
> Less clear on fullstack/non-fullstack distinction, maybe others have
> opinions? (or you could elaborate further?)


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