Though we still have more than a month of good weather to look forward to here in Michigan, the thought of summer ending and heading into another long winter isn’t pleasant. On the plus side, the end of summer brings the results of Google’s Summer of Code.
The one that I’ve been most looking forward to is Migrate, assistance for SQLAlchemy database schema migration. I just spotted Evan’s 0.2.0 release on the Cheeseshop. Looks good, but it’s a shame that sqlite is left out of some of the goodies.
I’ve also been keeping an eye on Ryan Forsythe’s PyCells project. Cells is one of these libraries that gives you a different way to think about how your code is setup. It’s a sort of event-driven system where changing one value will automatically cause dependent values to recalculate, much like a spreadsheet.
I’d be interested in hearing about other neat Python Summer of Code projects that went on.