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-`Hulu Deejay and Hulu Sod <http://tech.hulu.com/blog/2013/03/13/python-and-hulu>`_ - Hulu uses CherryPy
+`Netflix <http://techblog.netflix.com/2013/03/python-at-netflix.html>`_ - Netflix uses CherryPy as a building block in their infrastructure: "Restful APIs to
`Urbanility <http://urbanility.com>`_ - French website for local neighbourhood assets in Rennes, France.
-`hosted-projects.com <http://www.hosted-projects.com>`_ - hosted-projects is a company specialized in web hosting services for software project teams offering the Subversion revision control system coupled with project and issue management software like Trac and Bugzilla. hosted-projects.com uses CherryPy for its web control panel.
`TurboGears <http://www.turbogears.org>`_ - The rapid web development megaframework. Turbogears 1.x used Cherrypy. "CherryPy is the underlying application server for TurboGears. It is responsible for taking the requests from the user’s browser, parses them and turns them into calls into the Python code of the web application. Its role is similar to application servers used in other programming languages".
-`Indigo <http://www.perceptiveautomation.com/indigo/index.html>`_ - An X10 home control server for Mac
+server that integrates home control hardware modules to provide control of your home. Indigo's built-in
`SlikiWiki <http://www.sf.net/projects/slikiwiki>`_ - Wiki built on CherryPy and featuring WikiWords, automatic backlinking, site map generation, full text search, locking for concurrent edits, RSS feed embedding, per page access control lists, and page formatting using PyTextile markup."