Let us talk about drunken pandas, sake and why I am trying to tie a static site generator to a SQL database and a Django process. There are actually two simple reasons: The first one is that I want more comfort while blogging without losing the advantages of drupan. The second one is that I hope to enable more people to use a static site generator and own their content without losing any comfort or having to put up with managing a small, likely virtual, server.
Leeroy CI is evolving just fine and in the timeframe I expected it to move forward. I have not seen any problems in production and it is already helping some developers and startups with automated builds and tests and harassing them to make sure all tests are passing before merging a pull request. Let me give you an update how far we are from the magical 1.0 release.
It is the time of the year where I start talking about Django and Ruby on Rails. Since my last two posts I received many questions about this topic and the old posts are still read frequently and quoted. So let me bring you up to date what changed, what improved since the last post and which framework is the best choice.
A month ago Dyson D'Souza from PacktPub approached me asking if I would be interested in reviewing Django Essentials. I am using Django for some time now - somewhen pre 0.96, I remember the 0.96 release for some reason, I think it was the length of the release cycle but I am not sure anymore - and I really wanted to see how the introduction resources changed, so this was a good chance.
It is done. Drupan 2.0 is officially released. You can find it on pypi and GitHub. If you read my last post about drupan you already know all the news. If you are migrating from an 1.x installation please read the migration guide - some things changed. For a new site you can use
--init - the repository it tells you to download ships with the theme of this blog. As always: Have fun :)
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