Django-environments moves the ``settings.py`` to a settings package,
and suggests a settings inheritance model, which you can adhere to
as much as you like. Simply "inherit" from more generic settings
-using ``from ..
. import *``, and overrule - see the provided examples.
+using ``from .. import *``, and overrule - see the provided examples.
If you'd rather use a "composition" model (import settings not just
from base settings "above", but also "from the side"), that's also