[mod_python] mod_python bake-off?

Chris Curvey ccurvey at earthlink.net
Thu Sep 2 09:46:33 EDT 2004

Thanks for all the feedback...

* Perhaps "framework" isn't the right word.  I'm not so much interested 
in Zope or Webware as I am in mod_python.publisher vs mod_python.servlet 
vs. PSE vs. Vampire.

* I think the inclusion of one or more web-designers would be a good 
thing, but I think we could get away without it.  (I think most of us 
are smart enough to realize when we're writing stuff that the designers 
won't use).

What I'd be hoping that the bake-off would provide would be at set of 
examples that give us the "feel" of using a particular [insert better 
word for "framework" here].

Any suggestions for an application?  I was going to use a "blackjack" 
card game, since that usually involves authorization, session 
management, and  persistence.  I'm open to other suggestions.

Chris Curvey wrote:

> Hi all,
> There are a lot of different application frameworks that are popping 
> up that use mod_python.  That's a good thing!  Would anyone be 
> interested in having a "bake-off" to show the capabilities of each 
> framework?  I'm thinking that if we could come up with an easy but 
> non-trivial application, various people could implement it using their 
> favorite framework.  The results would not only be a nice comparison 
> of different frameworks, but would provide some nice examples for 
> newbies.
> Thoughts?
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