On Thu, 2011-11-10 at 13:29 -0800, Christian Hammond wrote:
> Good question.
> mod_wsgi is, it seems, the future of Python web service integration.
> It's become the de facto standard at this point. mod_python is dead,
> and fastcgi is not the most reliable thing out there (at least, we've
> hit many issues with it). So I think it wouldn't be terrible to depend
> on it, and it's certainly what we plan to support going forward. That
> said, people should always still be able to choose alternatives if it
> suits their needs. We'll just have different levels of support.
Well, adding an RPM dependency on mod_wsgi won't *prevent* them from
using something else, though it will mean that they are stuck with it on
their system even if they're using FastCGI. I guess I'm looking for an
answer to "is it worth caring about?"
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