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PEP 453 Has Been Accepted! (python.org)
This means that pip will be included in Python 3.4.
Django 1.4.9 and 1.5.5 Bugfix Releases Issued (djangoproject.com)
These are not security releases, but they do provide improvements that deal with the last security release.
New Subreddit for Statistics With Python (reddit.com)
This is super exciting, we are hoping to see tons of content and discussion here.
Python 3 to be the New Default in Fedora (fedoraproject.org)
Fedora has made the jump to Python3, although it will still provide Python 2.
Flatten Django Migrations Coming (areacode.org)
Hate having to manage all those little migrations you made along the way while you wrote code? Well, there will soon be a way to merge them all into one migration.
Django Dash and WSGI War Results (djangodash.com | wsgiwrestle.com)
Been wondering about the results of Django Dash and Wsgi War? Check ‘em out now!
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This is a wrapper around Flask that allows you to easily build RESTful backend services. Full documentation here.
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