Python Web SIG

Simon flags the new existence of the Python Web SIG, which is “dedicated to improving Python’s support for interacting with World Wide Web services and clients”. I’m completely behind this; as Simon points out, there’s no shortage of Python web frameworks, but none are anointed by the touch of the standard distribution, and there are a lot to choose from for a novice hacker. The standard library should be better at this; one of the reasons there are so many different Python web frameworks is because dealing with cgi.py is a bit of a pain…

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