I agree that we need to make it easier for developers to deploy applications, so why not do it through a web application as Gluon does?
Gluon is a free open source framework for agile development of secure database driven web applications, written in Python, programmable in Python. Stable API and supported since October 1st 2007. Gluon requires no installation and includes a ticketing system and a web based database administrative interface.
I have to agree with noob, python could in theory be useful as a web framework but why.That is not where it belongs I believe php does its job there, and having toyed with rails I just dont think that python should try to compete with those two.I know it is a great way to become a "popular" language,at last check popular was for the teenagers with ipods and zwinkys. I believe that python is well suited for programming and will only find continued success if it focuses in that direction. If you need scripts use perl or php, need a good framework join the rails bandwagon! One more thing I just have to laugh when I read about how java is developing some new piece of mind numbing coma inducing crap that is going to revolutionize the web ah bullstein! Java blows, and python rocks I just dont want to see it turn into another huge hack.Python is a happy thing :-) unlike the little shop of java beast that sucks the life out of a coder and spits out a lifeless carcass of a once contented and prosperous individual!Just my opinion oh and by the way I just read that I could have used mark-up Dang I could have really got my point across that way..Remember if you cant laugh at yourself then make fun of other people!]]>
Always looking for more info and comments on Python. Every time I think I've learned something, I keep finding out how much of a newb I am. Oh well.]]>
I do not like ElementTree. You can't even search for nodes based on element attributes. The Perl module of similar functionality, HTML::TreeBuilder, has had such functionality forever.
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as a note.
Cpanel IS written in python. (I know, I run five cpanel servers and have used it for years)
Eve-Online, one of the big MMORPG's is written in Python. (stackless.com)
Google uses Python all over.
We have a lot of successes. Rails is currently more buzz and a lot of larger companies don't want to touch it because it is not mature yet.