Hi,

Going through my code with pylint, I found that there is no way to filter 
by the type of missing docstring. I.e. missing-docstring catches functions, 
classes, methods, and modules. As a result, it gives a warning on for every 
default Django file. Accordingly, I would like to suggest that the current 
automatically generated comments of "Create your __ here" that are 
generated for each file created by manage.py startapp be replaced with 
docstrings that follow the PEP 257 convention. The second line of the 
specification: All modules should normally have docstrings, and all 
functions and classes exported by a module should also have docstrings.

Thanks,

Matt

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