+Using django-template-project you will minimize bunch of routine tasks, required for every new project:
+- make directory structure
+- make web skeleton (styles + html templates)
+Project came from our Django development experience. We are using it, so, maybe it will be useful for you.
+Any ideas, improvements or critics are very welcome!
+1. Separated settings per each application, see settings/apps package
+2. Deployment and local settings profiles
+Bundled **Main** application:
+1. Basic **main** application with standard structure (templates, migrations, fixtures, etc);
+2. Standard Django 1.3 static files directories (css, img, js);
+1. Basic layout templates, including content, header, footer, and menu. You can extend from layout/base.html;
+3. 404 and 500 templates;
+1. Enabled jQuery (we've made it as ext django app);
+1. We use Django 1.3 static files, as its a rocket feature!
+2. Configured **static **and **media **roots
+1. I18n & localization (make and compile messages)
++ media - *media files (content uploaded by users)*
++ source - *media files (content uploaded by users)*
++ static - *static files (css, js, img)*
+requirements.txt - *Virtualenv/pip*
+See requirements.txt in root folder:
+2. Disconnect from Mercurial
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