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Issue #79 new

Publish django-fanstatic on PyPI

Pi Delport
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(The django-fanstatic does not have its issue tracker enabled, so i'm adding this ticket here.)

Comments (4)

  1. Jan-Jaap Driessen

    Hi Piet,

    I am not familiar with django, worked on django-fanstatic with Remco Wendt and Boaz Leskes. We didn't finish the release yet. Could you have a look at the implementation and see whether it works on your machine? If so, I'd be happy to make a release and publish it on pypi. If you care enough, would you like to become the maintainer?

    Cheers,

    JJ

  2. Pi Delport reporter

    Ah, that's probably a good reason to delay publishing a release a bit, then.

    I'd be willing to help maintain it: I've been trialing it on some projects, and might make some small changes to get it into a good 0.something state, for a PyPI release.

  3. Jan-Jaap Driessen

    I've granted you write permissions to the django-fanstatic repo, feel free to push your commits there. I remember a discussion with Remco and Boaz about whether to support Django 1.2/1.3/1.4, but can't say anything more. IIRC there are different ways of making the fanstatic publisher work with django middleware.

  4. Pi Delport reporter

    Coolness. :)

    I'll probably be working on this over the next week or two, and will try to keep the Google Group / mailing list up to date with any notable developments. There's probably more than one way to integrate the publisher and other parts of Fanstatic with Django: I'll experiment and report. :)

    Regarding Django, support should aim for 1.3 and 1.4: Django 1.2 is no longer supported or maintained upstream.

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