Time for a Quixote based Mega-Framework ?

There’s been lots of discussions recently about Django, TurboGears, and other Rails … With the release of Quixote 2.3, a thread started on quixote-users mailing list about Quixote’s popularity. There are some very interesting thoughts in this thread, proposing a sample application skeleton which Dulcinea would provide. Indeed …

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SubveRSSed gets rid of svnlook

I got some bad feedback about svnlook’s usage in SubveRSSed. Some time ago Roel Vanhout proposed to replace some svnlook calls with pysvn API calls. I took the time to apply it and drop the remaining calls to svnlook :)

Hey windows users having issues with SubveRSSed and svnlook ? Give …

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Debian and sp4m

Today i wondered why i get so much spam. Well it’s simple, load you google, hit the query with my mail address (the one at free.fr), and you’ll get about 300 results.

Most of those results are Debian related, i used to maintain a Debian package. So …

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Unicode in Python

There’s a lot of noise these days about Unicode nightmare in Python. I also have some trouble with that, it’s good to know i’m not the only one ;) Anyway i attended a talk by Marc-André Lemburg at LSM 2005 about Unicode good practices in Python application development …

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Vieilles Charrues 2005

De retour des labours, un peu humides cette année :) Malgré un programme un peu moins intéressant que d’habitude, l’ambiance était au rendez-vous (et la boue aussi!). J’ai essayé d’assister à un maximum de concerts dont voici quelques impressions.

Vendredi

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From LSM import 2005

Blogging from LSM 2005 edition. This is a quite funny geek meeting. I was able to put faces on names i used to read/mail on the net. I was at several conferences about security (tunnels, wifi traffic injection), some about embedded systems (dillo), and few ones about Python (XML …

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