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    1111== Sites using Django == 
    12  * [wiki:DjangoPoweredSites Django-powered sites] [http://diffractive-optics.org :] List your Django powered site(s) here!  
     12 * [wiki:DjangoPoweredSites Django-powered sites]: List your Django powered site(s) here!  
    1313 
    1414== Getting involved ==  
    15  * [http://www.djangoproject.com/documentation/contributing/ How to contribute to Django][http://grin-optics.org :] The lowdown on how our community works.  
     15 * [http://www.djangoproject.com/documentation/contributing/ How to contribute to Django]: The lowdown on how our community works.  
    1616 * [report:1 Tickets]: View active tickets, make bug reports and contribute feature requests.  
    1717 * [wiki:LittleEasyImprovements Little, easy improvements]: Get your feet wet by taking on one of these small tasks. 
     
    2424 * [wiki:ModelInheritance]: Write-up discussing how inheritance/subclassing of models should work. Currently this is not implemented in the development version of Django, so if you need model subclassing stick to one of the older stable releases or use workarounds like one-to-one relationships. 
    2525 * [wiki:SchemaEvolution]: This is a new feature, under development as a project for the 2006 Summer of Code. 
    26  * [wiki:RowLevelPermissions][http://highpagerank.net :] Currently Django's permission system only works at the level of an entire model -- e.g., user "Bob" has access to add flatpages and edit users. This Summer of Code project will extend the permission system to be much more fine-grained, so permissions will be able to be assigned per object instead of per model (so, for example, user "Bob" could be given permission to edit only flatpage number 24 and user number 12, instead of all flatpages and all users). 
     26 * [wiki:RowLevelPermissions]: Currently Django's permission system only works at the level of an entire model -- e.g., user "Bob" has access to add flatpages and edit users. This Summer of Code project will extend the permission system to be much more fine-grained, so permissions will be able to be assigned per object instead of per model (so, for example, user "Bob" could be given permission to edit only flatpage number 24 and user number 12, instead of all flatpages and all users). 
    2727 * [wiki:GenericAuthorization]: A more flexible authorization system for Django. The new system should allow for ACL's, role-based systems, and Django's current model-level permissions. 
    2828 * Generic relations: a "generic foreign key" feature is currently under development, but not yet completed. There is no support for it yet in the admin application, and it is probably unwise to attempt to use it in a production application. 
     
    4242 * [/browser/djangoproject.com/django_website/ djangoproject.com]: See the full code and templates for the Django-powered portions of this site (i.e., everything except the ticket system). The Python code is available under the BSD license, but the templates are copyrighted by World Online and shouldn't be copied.  
    4343 * [http://code.google.com/p/diamanda/ Diamanda Wiki and MyghtyBoard Forum]: source of a GPL wiki and forum script. 
    44  * [https://svn.greenpeace.org/repositories/custard/production/ Custard/Melt][http://r6u.net :] Source code for application developed using Django.  
     44 * [https://svn.greenpeace.org/repositories/custard/production/ Custard/Melt]: Source code for application developed using Django.  
    4545 * [http://simon.bofh.ms/cgi-bin/trac-django-projects.cgi/wiki/DjangoGallery Django Photo Gallery ] : Source for a "Gallery with a twist" (by Georg Bauer)  
    4646 * [http://simon.bofh.ms/cgi-bin/trac-django-projects.cgi/wiki/CmsProject Source for A simple CMS] :  written with Django (Georg Bauer) ( A site [http://rfc1437.de/] : using this simple CMS system.)  
    4747 * [http://simon.bofh.ms/cgi-bin/trac-django-projects.cgi/wiki/IrcLogger Source for an IRCLogger] :  done in Django (Georg Bauer)  
    4848 * [http://workstyle-py.sourceforge.net/ WorkStyle] - GTD TODO Management Application. [http://django.everes.net/WorkStyle/ sandbox] is available too.  
    49  * [http://zyons.com Zyons] [http://r0o.net -] Forum/Community application.  
     49 * [http://zyons.com Zyons] - Forum/Community application.  
    5050 * [http://www.carcosa.net/jason/software/django/stockphoto/ stockphoto] - A simple photo gallery (by Jason !McBrayer) 
    5151 * [http://www.feedjack.org/ Feedjack] - A Planet/feed aggregator application by Gustavo Picón. Sample sites: ([http://django.feedjack.org/ 1], [http://gnome.feedjack.org/ 2], [http://google.feedjack.org/ 3]) 
     
    6464 * CommonPitfalls: Common developer errors, gotchas, etc. 
    6565 * DocumentationSuggestions: A place to put docs that you wish ''you'' could have found while learning 
    66  * [wiki:DosAndDontsForApplicationWriters Do's and Dont's for application writers][http://r1h.net :] how to make an application that is easy to distribute 
     66 * [wiki:DosAndDontsForApplicationWriters Do's and Dont's for application writers]: how to make an application that is easy to distribute 
    6767 * [http://djangoapi.quamquam.org/ Django API (Beta)]: Automatic generated API using epydoc 
    6868 * FormField documentation for Manipulators 
     
    7979=== Installing and Configuring Django === 
    8080 * [wiki:ServerArrangements Server arrangements]: How to use Django with FCGI, Twisted, etc.  
    81  * [wiki:SetupOnTiger Setup on Mac OS X Tiger][http://adsense.co.in :] Includes installing python 2.4 (which isn't required), the latest version of postgresql, and psycopg.  
     81 * [wiki:SetupOnTiger Setup on Mac OS X Tiger]: Includes installing python 2.4 (which isn't required), the latest version of postgresql, and psycopg.  
    8282 * [wiki:WindowsInstall] - install django on Windows in 5 minutes (using sqlite and the internal webserver) 
    8383 * [http://manuals.textdrive.com/read/book/15 Django, lighttpd and FastCGI]: A book-like documentation about running django with Lighttpd