sábado, julio 04, 2009

Quotes of the Day: Bob Ippolito said

Bob Ippolito said:


The Pylons approach works quite well if you already know what you're doing. There's a whole lot of brain damage in some of the choices Django and TurboGears have made and neither were tolerable for me so rather than building our own framework we could simply use Pylons and configure it with the pieces we needed. We've built a lot of homegrown stuff on top of it, but we'd have done that anyway because no framework ships with solutions that worked for some of our needs.

The people I've hired with previous Django experience much prefer working on our Pylons based architecture than hacking around Django's cruft. For us, the conceptual integrity is perfectly intact in how we do projects across our business and we don't need as big of a crutch as what you're used to.

If the Pylons project magically changed into what you suggest it should be, then we wouldn't use it. I don't want Mako or Django's templates. Our home-grown auth/authz, caching, and model systems (more than one db involved, though using SQLAlchemy for plumbing) serve our needs better than anything out of a box could."


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