The Vision Thing (was Re: [Twisted-Python] Bloat)
bob at redivi.com
Wed Apr 16 12:05:17 EDT 2003
On Wednesday, Apr 16, 2003, at 11:17 America/New_York, Clark C. Evans
> Perhaps what we need is a 'apps' directory in the top level
> of Twisted directory (but not in the twisted.* package) where
> people can drop in Applications which they would like to share
> with the community; but are not necessarly maintained by
> the Twisted Community.
Or at least a set of links on the webpage that are more prevalent and
better maintained than the success stories.. And then there's the
hybrid of the two, where a sourceforge-like facility could (eventually)
be provided to open source Twisted applications... but god knows that's
a pain in the ass to setup.
Maybe when Twisted can host svn, has its own wiki and the bugtracker
gets better.. who knows? It'd certainly be a damn good demonstration
of Twisted if it could run nearly the whole intranet (mail, web, dns,
bug tracking, source code management, forums, wiki, instant messaging,
ldap, etc.) of a software development company "out of the box". I'd
sure as hell use it, our exim + cyrus + openldap + ldapdns + apache +
cvs + gforge... etc... setup is a real pain in my ass.
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