Tutorial #2 could better hint where "source code of Django itself" is
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I am working my way through the excellent tutorials. They really are good, and I'm really liking Django already. Everything's gone OK, nothing too show stopping. Until I got to the end of tutorial #2. The part where you're supposed to copy the admin/base_site.html from "source code of Django itself" to your own local directory. The problem is that I'm on OSX and finding where the original was turned into a long and trying search (where I discovered things like SpotLight does not index /Library or a lot of other things).
Assuming it's a python newbie, it would be nice if there was a hint as to where that is on OSX (and a Windows user would probably have the same experience). You dl django, you do the 3 line install, and then jump into the tutorial, but you don't really know/remember/realize at the end of tutorial 2 where in the world those files are.