Changes between Version 21 and Version 22 of DjangoSpecifications


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03/09/2010 06:48:59 PM (5 years ago)
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  • DjangoSpecifications

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    1 = Specifications for various Django features =
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    3 '''NB: this page and it's sub-pages are in no way part of Django's official process.''' Feel free to use the wiki as a collaborative whiteboard for reaching agreement on designs of various issues, but please note that all discussion should happen on django-dev. Please read [http://www.djangoproject.com/documentation/contributing/#requesting-features requesting features] for more information on how Django's development process works.
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    5 Only use this page if the issue is non-trivial and spans many tickets or needs comprehensive elaboration that would be cumbersome to describe in a ticket.
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    7 == General ==
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    9  * [wiki:DjangoSpecifications/Core/Threading Threading]
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    11 == Open proposals ==
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    13 Applications:
    14  * [wiki:DjangoSpecifications/AppGuidelines Reusable app guidelines]
    15  * [wiki:DjangoSpecifications/NfAdmin/FlexibleAppHandling Usability improvements in application handling] (enhancements of the `app` directive) -- '''somewhat out of date'''
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    17 Core:
    18  * [wiki:DjangoSpecifications/Core/SingleInstance Single Instance] aka the infamous #17
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    20 == Integrated proposals ==
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    22  * [wiki:DjangoSpecifications/Contrib/Sessions Session framework improvements] integrated in [8340] - [8344]
    23  * [wiki:DjangoSpecifications/NfAdmin/MediaAndValidation Media and validation] integrated in [7360] and [7365]
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    25 == Obsolete/Rejected Proposals ==
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    27  * [wiki:DjangoSpecifications/Docs/ConvertingRestToOtherFormats Converting the ReST documentation in `doc/` to HTML and PDF] -- will be superseded by a Sphinx-based solution.
     1This page and several others were created by a wiki user who was not and is not a member of the Django core team. Previous contents of this and other similar pages are not and should not be confused with [http://docs.djangoproject.com/ Django's own documentation], which remains the sole source of official documentation for the Django project.
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