I'm more or less building atop flup as it is, however I plan to shed
anything not related to FastCGI.

For me it's a chance to get down and dirty with raw protocols again... I do
agree there is a shorter path to just applying Django's "fixes" to a fork
of flup.

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On 19 July 2013 22:14, Juan Luis Boya <ntr...@gmail.com> wrote:

> For those who are keen to keep support for FastCGI, would you be
>> interested in helping me develop/maintain a Pure Python
>> FastCGI->WSGI(Django-specific) publisher package?
>>
>
> That exists and it's called flup. The code base is relatively small. What
> about simply forking it to something like flup2 and fixing the issues?
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