Monday, November 06, 2006

Django Book preview: a nicely done comment interface

I'm a card-carrying TurboGears fan but I also keep an eye on the Django framework. You can think of both as Python's response to Ruby on Rails.

The Django team released a public preview of the upcoming Django book recently and I got to say, that the comment interface is so nicely done (in Django of course), that I have an urge to stay there and keep commenting. :)

Extra points for releasing the book under a free license (GFDL). Many open source projects died or withered away slowly due to the lack of good documentation. It's good to see the bar being raised in this regard.

Update: It seems that they use Jack Slotum's way cool YAHOO.ext package. Ajaxian entry.

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