TurboGears Latest (December 7, 2005)
Work on TurboGears 0.9 is progressing well. The new features are largely
defined (and many are well-baked). Next up: go through the open tickets and
get the release out:
TurboGears 0.8a5 was released to include upgrades of the included
projects (including MochiKit 1.1 and Kid 0.8). Kid 0.8 is a must-have
Ronald Jaramillo introduced another new feature of TG 0.9:
Model Designer. Model Designer will be a part of the Toolbox
that will let you create SQLObject model definitions
via easy web forms.
Not content to have just two major Toolbox tools, Ronald also
introduced admi18n, which helps you manage the localization and
translation of your application.
See TurboGears at PyCon 2006! I’ll be doing talk #11 “Effective AJAX
with TurboGears”. Mark Ramm will be doing talk #25, a tutorial session
on TurboGears. See you there!
TurboGears Sprint at PyCon. Help make TurboGears better and learn more
about what goes on under the hood by joining us for one or more days
of sprinting immediately following the main part of the conference.
A good time will be had by all. Sign up on this wiki page:
diggdot.us is the first public site I’ve seen wearing the
“TurboGears Under The Hood” logo. It’s also gotten a fair
bit of attention (and traffic, I suspect) including a
mention as the 3rd best mashup. Diggdot.us mashes Digg,
Slashdot and del.icio.us/popular.
byteofpython.info is the second!
Oprius Software has the distinction of having the second TurboGears job
Bob Tanner is working on packaging TurboGears for Debian:
TurboGears had a bike shed moment talking about a default URL
style (more than 60 messages from more than 30 people,
with another 10+ messages in a spinoff thread):
Primary (818 members, high traffic):
Announcements (314 members, low traffic):