Richard Jones' Log: PyWeek web interface development thoughts
PyWeek #1 was run in mechanicalcat.net's Zope. #2 will be running on a different machine, so I'm going to look into expanding my web development brain into either Django or TurboGears. They seem awfully similar at the moment, though Django's admin interfaces are kinda tipping the scales. TG's Kid templating is nice, but I don't need MochiKit. I need good authentication / permissions control, which I've not looked into too deeply in either. Sessions would be nice too. Zope's ObjectManager, PropertyManager and a few other things made life kinda nice and replacing those will be interesting. More investigation is needed.
Thanks to everyone who offered support for hosting PyWeek #2! The new website should be up tonight - my crappy web design skills and all :)
Aside: In the comments on the one of the web framework sites, someone's written "Wholly cow! This is a nice framework!" I've noticed this sort of thing before. There's probably a branch of linguistics, closely related to the mondegreens (misheard lyrics) stream, that's all about misheard exclamations.