Issue #2 resolved

Site needs to be rooted at /2009

Noufal Ibrahim
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It would be nice if you could root the site at /2009 rather than the top level domain and set up a redirect at the top level to go to /2009. This can be done with Apache and Django doesn't need to come into the picture.

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  1. Kenneth Gonsalves repo owner

    now rooted in 2009/. '/' also works for the first hit, but then it is redirected to 2009/. Solution was to put the line PythonOption django.root /2009 under Location "/" directive. Some places in views 2009 is still hardcoded, but that can be cleaned up using the url tag.

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