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Little, easy improvements

Here's a list of various improvements that we'd like to make to Django. Some are trivial, some are a bit more substantial, but all are easy enough to be a quick project for people who want to get involved with Django development. If you don't feel like a python coder you can always help with documentation needing patches or, between coding and documenting, you can give a hand with the patches needing tests, or patches that need some other improvement.

As you see, there are lots of things you can do to improve Django and get you involved with it!

To sign up, just edit this page and put your name (and, optionally, your e-mail address) next to the to-do item.

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ProjectDescriptionTaker?Status
Test one of the active branches?Branches are large or experimental features that are not yet ready for general use. If you see one you like, testing is a great way to help get it finished and included in Django.perennial
#2407Test the CGI Handler Needs testing
#3902Document installation process for Windows usersObviously needs somebody with access to a Windows machine and some patience to try things out.
#3341Write man pages for all installed binaries. Pages are still needed for compile-messages.py, daily_cleanup.py, make-messages.py, unique-messages.py, and profiling/gather_profile_stats.py.nick AT efford.orgFirst drafts attached to #5180
#3988,#4036,#4092Many django.contrib.localflavor contributions need some small fixes before they can be committed. You don't necessarily have to be an expert in that locale, since the fixes are things like writing a few short tests.