Django 1.6 released

Source article: Django 1.6 released Today, Django 1.6 is released to the world. This one’s for Malcolm Earlier this year, the Django community lost a member, a developer and a friend; Malcolm Tredinnick was a long-time contributor to many open-source projects, including Django, where he served as a committer from 2006 onward. More importantly, he […]

Announcing the inaugural winner of the Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize

Source article: Announcing the inaugural winner of the Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize On March 17 this year, Django core team member Malcolm Tredinnick suffered a brain aneurysm and passed away. Over the last 2 months, the Django Software Foundation (DSF) has been raising funds to establish an award in Malcolm’s name. We’ve also been soliciting […]

Announcing the Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize

Source article: Announcing the Malcolm Tredinnick Memorial Prize Malcolm Tredinnick joined the Django project as a core developer in early 2006. He was deeply involved in many part of Django – most notably, the ORM, but many other internals bear his fingerprints. Django’s support for unicode, and autoescaping in templates can both be almost entirely […]