Help fund Read the Docs

Source article: Help fund Read the Docs Currently Read the Docs is funded mainly through Corporate sponsorship. The Django and Python Software Foundations (non-profits), Mozilla, Lab305, Revsys, and others have helped keep the site running. However, this requires finding sponsors to help donate to the site every 6 months or so to keep things running. […]

Django Extensions versioning a third option follow Django

Source article: Django Extensions versioning a third option follow Django After my previous post http://trbs.net/blog/2012/09/19/django-extensions-version-010-or-10/ and the many positive reactions I would like to suggest a third option. I didn’t include this before because I wasn’t yet sure if it would be a good option. But after some more thinking and reading Christophe31’s suggestion which […]

Thoughts on my stack

Source article: Thoughts on my stack I’m an open source developer. I use Python, Django, PostgreSQL, JQuery, MongoDB, Memcached, and Redis. I push production code to Linux servers. And yet: My laptop runs Apple’s Mac OS X. My primary editor is Sublime Text. My production servers are provided mostly by Heroku. All my sites are […]

Thoughts on my stack

Source article: Thoughts on my stack I’m an open source developer. I use Python, Django, PostgreSQL, JQuery, MongoDB, Memcached, and Redis. I push production code to Linux servers. And yet: My laptop runs Apple’s Mac OS X. My primary editor is Sublime Text. My production servers are provided mostly by Heroku. All my sites are […]

Thoughts on my stack

Source article: Thoughts on my stack I’m an open source developer. I use Python, Django, PostgreSQL, JQuery, MongoDB, Memcached, and Redis. I push production code to Linux servers. And yet: My laptop runs Apple’s Mac OS X. My primary editor is Sublime Text. My production servers are provided mostly by Heroku. All my sites are […]