The django online book received a chapter update – Inside the template engine, Python creator Guido Rossum announced that he’d starting using Django at the big “G” for a code review critter he called Mondrian, and the crew that’s done the multiple DB support for Django is in the process of merging their work into the mainline!
I really do rather wish we could see Mondrain and get a sense of what Guido cooked up for that code review mechanism. I’ve actually never been involved in a particularly smooth code review process, and I’m curious what technical things he may have used to assist. BTW: I’m not in any way saying that code reviews are bad – the cultures of the companies I’ve been involved with have just made then, er, contentious more than not.
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It’s ‘Mondrian,’ but you probably knew that. Didn’t want you to get in dutch with Guido…heh, heh.
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