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      <title>Haystack - Search for Django</title>
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      <description>Search doesn&amp;#039;t have to be hard. Haystack lets you write your search code once and choose the search engine you want it to run on. With a familiar API that should make any Djangonaut feel right at home and an architecture that allows you to swap things in and out as you need to, it&amp;#039;s how search ought to be.</description>
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      <title>Home | OpenCalais</title>
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      <description>Calais is a rapidly growing toolkit of capabilities that allow you to readily incorporate state-of-the-art semantic functionality within your blog, content management system, website or application.</description>
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      <title>The Go Programming Language</title>
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      <description>Go is …
… simple

package main

import &amp;quot;fmt&amp;quot;

func main() {
  fmt.Printf(&amp;quot;Hello, 世界\n&amp;quot;)
}

… fast

Go compilers produce fast code fast. Typical builds take a fraction of a second yet the resulting programs run nearly as quickly as comparable C or C++ code.
… safe

Go is type safe and memory safe. Go has pointers but no pointer arithmetic. For random access, use slices, which know their limits.
… concurrent

Go promotes writing systems and servers as sets of lightweight communicating processes, called goroutines, with strong support from the language. Run thousands of goroutines if you want—and say good-bye to stack overflows.
… fun

Go has fast builds, clean syntax, garbage collection, methods for any type, and run-time reflection. It feels like a dynamic language but has the speed and safety of a static language. It&amp;#039;s a joy to use.
… open source

Go for it.</description>
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      <title>Overview | LDAP Account Manager</title>
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      <description>LDAP Account Manager (LAM) is a webfrontend for managing accounts stored in an LDAP directory. You can use templates for account creation and use multiple configuration profiles. Account information can be exported as PDF file. It also features an external script for managing quotas and home directories.</description>
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      <title>MySQL Master-Slave Replication</title>
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      <description>When you have a MySQL database and want to spread the load across multiple servers, you can setup replication. What this does is in almost-realtime copy all commands from the master server to the slave server, keeping the data the same on both servers so both servers can serve requests simultaneously, sharing the load.</description>
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      <title>Closure Compiler - Google Code</title>
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      <description>The Closure Compiler is a tool for making JavaScript download and run faster. It is a true compiler for JavaScript. Instead of compiling from a source language to machine code, it compiles from JavaScript to better JavaScript. It parses your JavaScript, analyzes it, removes dead code and rewrites and minimizes what&amp;#039;s left. It also checks syntax, variable references, and types, and warns about common JavaScript pitfalls.</description>
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      <title>defunkt's resque at master - GitHub</title>
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      <description>A simple Redis-based queue.</description>
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      <title>TracModWSGI – The Trac Project</title>
      <pubDate>Wed, 04 Nov 2009 11:43:24 +0000</pubDate>
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      <description>mod_wsgi is an Apache module for running WSGI-compatible Python applications directly on top of Apache. The mod_wsgi adapter is written completely in C and provides significantly better performance than using existing WSGI adapters for mod_python or CGI.

Trac can be run on top of mod_wsgi with the help of the following application script, which is just a Python file, though usually saved with a .wsgi extension). This file can be created using trac-admin &amp;lt;env&amp;gt; deploy &amp;lt;dir&amp;gt; command which automatically substitutes required paths.</description>
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      <title>Twitter API Wiki / FrontPage</title>
      <pubDate>Mon, 02 Nov 2009 03:01:12 +0000</pubDate>
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      <title>KeyError: ‘processName’ – python-multiprocessing</title>
      <pubDate>Fri, 30 Oct 2009 08:02:35 +0000</pubDate>
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      <description>If you get this error, than you have a problem with your python-multiprocessing package. There are two possibile ways to solve this problem. You can install the backport or you can patch the latest version of python-multiprocessing.</description>
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      <title>Version1.2Features - Django - Trac</title>
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      <description>These are the features proposed for inclusion in Django 1.2, broken into high, medium, and low priorities. For more details, see Version1.2Roadmap.

Each feature lists which committer(s) are involved, and who&amp;#039;s the primary implementor (aka lieutenant aka &amp;quot;LT&amp;quot;). This is a wiki, so if you&amp;#039;re the primary on a feature below and don&amp;#039;t see yourself, please fix it.

These links are from the 1.2 Voting Spreadsheet, which includes comments and concerns from the committers.</description>
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      <title>zain's jogging at master - GitHub</title>
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      <description>Jogging is a thin wrapper around Python&amp;#039;s logging functionality to make Django logging easier. It provides a central place to configure all your loggers, a standard location to import loggers, and makes common logging use cases simpler.

With Jogging, you can control the destination, format, and verbosity of logs with fine granularity. Configuring module-level logging is just as easy as configuring logging for specific functions.

To use it, you add a few configurations to settings.py, import Jogging&amp;#039;s log functions instead of Python&amp;#039;s, and then log away like you normally do.

Python&amp;#039;s logging module does all the heavy lifting. As a result, you can use Jogging to configure logging for code that already exists. And great care has been taken to make sure logging&amp;#039;s power isn&amp;#039;t hidden away behind abstractions.</description>
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      <description>Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) is a web service that makes it easy to set up, operate, and scale a relational database in the cloud. It provides cost-efficient and resizable capacity while managing time-consuming database administration tasks, freeing you up to focus on your applications and business.</description>
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      <title>Add Full-Text Search to your Django project with Whoosh</title>
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      <description>Whoosh is a pure-python full-text indexing and searching library. Whoosh was opensourced recently and makes it easy to add a fulltext search to your site without any external services like Lucene or Solr for example.</description>
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      <description>Tokyo HackerSpace is an open community lab, studio, workbench, sewing circle, machine shop+, where people with common interests in technology, building things, gardening, cooking, science, sewing, digital art, gaming+, can find the space, the like-minded people, and the infrastructure needed for these activities.</description>
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