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    1 PLEASE REVERT DUE TO SPAM ATTACK 
     1= Django source code repository and wiki = 
     2 
     3Django is available open-source under the [http://code.djangoproject.com/file/django/trunk/LICENSE BSD license]. 
     4 
     5== Browse code online == 
     6 
     7 * [http://code.djangoproject.com/browser/django/trunk/ Browse source]: See the full code via a Web interface. 
     8 * [http://code.djangoproject.com/timeline/ Timeline]: Keep track of recent changes. 
     9 * See our [http://www.djangoproject.com/download/ download page] for download instructions. 
     10 
     11== Get involved == 
     12 
     13 * [http://www.djangoproject.com/documentation/contributing/ How to contribute to Django]: The lowdown on how our community works. 
     14 * [http://code.djangoproject.com/report/1 Tickets]: View active tickets, make bug reports and contribute feature requests. 
     15 * [wiki:LittleEasyImprovements Little, easy improvements]: Get your feet wet by taking on one of these small tasks. 
     16 
     17== Example applications (With Source Code/Templates) == 
     18 
     19 * [http://code.djangoproject.com/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. 
     20 * [https://svn.greenpeace.org/viewvc/viewcvs.py/custard/production/ Custard/Melt]: Source code for application developed using Django. 
     21 * [https://simon.bofh.ms/cgi-bin/trac-django-projects.cgi/wiki/DjangoGallery Django Photo Gallery ] : Source for a "Gallery with a twist" (by Georg Bauer) 
     22 * [https://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.) 
     23 * [https://simon.bofh.ms/cgi-bin/trac-django-projects.cgi/wiki/CmsProject Source for an IRCLogger] :  done in Django (Georg Bauer) 
     24 * [http://sourceforge.jp/projects/workstyle/ WorkStyle] - GTD TODO Management Application. [http://django.everes.net/WorkStyle/ sandbox] and [http://trac.everes.net/workstyle/browser/WorkStyle trac] is available too. 
     25 
     26== Sites Using Django ==  
     27 * [wiki:DjangoPoweredSites Django-powered sites] : List your Django powered site(s) here! 
     28 
     29== Code extras == 
     30 
     31 * [wiki:ContributedMiddleware User-contributed middleware] 
     32 * [http://www.zope.org/Members/shh/DjangoPageTemplates Zope3 Page Templates for Django] 
     33 * [http://126.pl/cheetah.tar.bz2 Cheetah template for django]: Generic views + cheetah's admin functions. Contact dj@126.pl. 
     34 * [http://djangoutils.python-hosting.com/ Djangoutils]: Trac/Subversion with miscellaneous Django utilities (thumbnails, [http://www.bosrup.com/web/overlib/ overLIB] support, admin utilities). 
     35 
     36== User-contributed documentation == 
     37 
     38 * [wiki:ServerArrangements Server arrangements]: How to use Django with FCGI, Twisted, etc. 
     39 * CookBook: Code recipes. 
     40 * CommonPitfalls: Common developer errors, gotchas, etc. 
     41 * [wiki:BackwardsIncompatibleChanges Backwards-incompatible changes]: A page that collects all deprecated features and backwards-incompatible changes in preparation for Django's first release. 
     42 * DocumentationSuggestions: A place to put docs that you wish ''you'' could have found while learning 
     43 * [wiki:DosAndDontsForApplicationWriters Do's and Dont's for application writers]: how to make an application that is easy to distribute 
     44 * DjangoScreencasts: Official and unofficial screencasts showing Django development in action. 
     45 * [http://itmaurer.com/clepy/htdocs/media/presentation/presentation.html Python Web development with Django]: A presentation in pseudo-!PowerPoint format that provides a good overview. 
     46 * [wiki:SimpleBashScriptToSetupDevelopmentEnvironment Simple Bash Script To Setup Development Environment]: An example of how to set up your development environment. 
     47 * [wiki:DjangoSettingsBashFunction 'django-settings' Bash function]: Save the typing of DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE. 
     48 * ExtendedUserModel: How to extend the auth systems's User class to contain extra data. (Warning: kludge!) 
     49 * [wiki:UsingVimWithDjango Django development with Vim]: Hints and tips for using the Vim editor. 
     50 * [wiki:SnakesAndRubiesTranscript Snakes and Rubies Transcript]: Currently a partial transcript of the Snakes and Rubies meeting videos. 
     51 * [wiki:WebServices WebServices]: An example showing how to access a web service (Amazon.com) using Python. 
     52 * [wiki:PythonScriptForParsingSettings A python script for parsing settings.py]: A small python script can be used to read, modify, save settings.py file. 
     53 * [wiki:ChineseDjangoTutorial Chinese Django Tutorial]: A Chinese Django tutorial step by step. 
     54 * [wiki:SetupOnTiger Setup on Mac OS X Tiger]: Includes installing python 2.4 (which isn't required), the latest version of postgresql, and psycopg. 
     55 
     56== Under discussion == 
     57 
     58 * [wiki:RemovingTheMagic Removing the magic]: All about the changes in the magic-removal branch. 
     59   * [wiki:DescriptorFields Descriptor Fields]: Replacing the various {{{get_*}}} methods with attribute access syntax. 
     60   * [wiki:ModelInheritance Model Inheritance]: Subclassing and model inheritance. 
     61 * [wiki:VersionOneFeatures Version One features] 
     62 * [wiki:Localization Localization (l10n)] 
     63 * [wiki:UnicodeInDjango Streamlinging Unicode Usage] 
     64 * [wiki:AJAX AJAX and Django] 
     65 * [wiki:NewAdminChanges New-admin changes]: The admin code was recently refactored. This explains what's new. 
     66 
     67== Community == 
     68 
     69 * [wiki:DevelopersForHire Developers for hire]: Community members available to do Django work. 
     70 * [wiki:DjangoFriendlyWebHosts Django-friendly Web hosts]