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Re: Keg - A python web framework

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I've been working on a python web framework which I think might be of
interest to you.
Details may be found at http://code.google.com/p/keg/wiki/Concept.
All suggestions or comments will be greatly appreciated.
I fail to see what the advantages of your framework are over django or
turbogears. The description you give on the above url doesn't really
help as all the goals you state for your project are solved by both
django and turbogears.

I wouldn't want to be too discouraging but it seems you are led by the
NIH principle which is not a really useful one in the open source
world. You can expect exactly 0 users and no appreciation for your
efforts which will/can lead to frustration and bad health.
Contributing to an already existing and mature framework like django
and turbogears can/will be on the other hand rewarding.

Cheers,
Daniel
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Psss, psss, put it down! - http://www.cafepress.com/putitdown
Aug 4 '08 #1
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On Aug 4, 1:13*pm, "Daniel Fetchinson" <fetchin...@googlemail.com>
wrote:
I've been working on a python web framework which I think might be of
interest to you.
Details may be found athttp://code.google.com/p/keg/wiki/Concept.
All suggestions or comments will be greatly appreciated.

I fail to see what the advantages of your framework are over django or
turbogears. The description you give on the above url doesn't really
help as all the goals you state for your project are solved by both
django and turbogears.

I wouldn't want to be too discouraging but it seems you are led by the
NIH principle which is not a really useful one in the open source
world. You can expect exactly 0 users and no appreciation for your
efforts which will/can lead to frustration and bad health.
Contributing to an already existing and mature framework like django
and turbogears can/will be on the other hand rewarding.

Cheers,
Daniel
--
Psss, psss, put it down! -http://www.cafepress.com/putitdown
I'd need to see a couple walkthroughs to be interested. Suggested
titles: "Easy things made easy" and "Hard things made possible". Links
to current sites using the platform also helps.
Aug 4 '08 #2

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You can expect exactly 0 users and no appreciation for your
efforts which will/can lead to frustration and bad health.
Is it really so bad to have no users and not becoming a "rock star
programmer" but rather being a "poor poet programmer" (PPP) instead?
Aug 5 '08 #3

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Daniel Fetchinson wrote:
>I've been working on a python web framework which I think might be of
interest to you.
Details may be found at http://code.google.com/p/keg/wiki/Concept.
All suggestions or comments will be greatly appreciated.

I fail to see what the advantages of your framework are over django or
turbogears. The description you give on the above url doesn't really
help as all the goals you state for your project are solved by both
django and turbogears.

I wouldn't want to be too discouraging but it seems you are led by the
NIH principle which is not a really useful one in the open source
world. You can expect exactly 0 users and no appreciation for your
efforts which will/can lead to frustration and bad health.
Contributing to an already existing and mature framework like django
and turbogears can/will be on the other hand rewarding.

Cheers,
Daniel
The goal I would like for your webapp project is:

"Do in Python what 'Apache Cocoon' does in Java"

There is already a python cocoon project, in hibernation.
Perhaps you could join it and wake it up!

http://pypi.python.org/pypi/pycoon
Aug 5 '08 #4

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