Re: Deprecate FCGI support in Django 1.7

2013-07-14 Thread Russell Keith-Magee
If it were just Hostgator that was the problem, that might be a worthwhile approach. But that's not the true scope of the problem. We're talking about every hosting provider in the "$5 per month" hosting category that currently supports PHP, and provides FCGI as the fastest way they can support

Re: Deprecate FCGI support in Django 1.7

2013-07-14 Thread Michael Manfre
Has anyone thought to contact HostGator and see how they would react to Django dropping FastCGI and/or whether they would be willing to support a WSGI option. Regards, Michael Manfre On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 12:44 AM, Russell Keith-Magee < russ...@keith-magee.com> wrote: > > On Mon, Jul 15,

Re: Deprecate FCGI support in Django 1.7

2013-07-14 Thread Russell Keith-Magee
On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 10:06 AM, Curtis Maloney wrote: > As much as I recognise FastCGI is pretty much a dead technology in the > Python world, for people stuck with cPanel sites like HostGator, it still > appears to be, pretty much, the only option. > > And

Re: Deprecate FCGI support in Django 1.7

2013-07-14 Thread Curtis Maloney
As much as I recognise FastCGI is pretty much a dead technology in the Python world, for people stuck with cPanel sites like HostGator, it still appears to be, pretty much, the only option. And installing uWSGI there is simply not an option there. So unless there's a pure python FastCGI -> WSGI

Re: Deprecate FCGI support in Django 1.7

2013-07-14 Thread gilberto dos santos alves
i start 2 months ago using fcgi inside an shared host (hostgator.com) and after lots of tries with wsgi only using fcgi was worked with apache2. but i will read and learn about uwsgi and try this. my app use version 1.6a of django is 1.6b worked using python 2.6. because parts of my app is with

Re: Spam on ticket #542

2013-07-14 Thread Ramiro Morales
On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 12:23 PM, Aymeric Augustin wrote: > Hello, > > For some reason, ticket #542 has been collecting spam comments that bypassed > Trac's antispam. Since receiving spam on django-updates and deleting it > manually gets tedious after 100

Re: Spam on ticket #542

2013-07-14 Thread Russell Keith-Magee
On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 11:23 PM, Aymeric Augustin < aymeric.augus...@polytechnique.org> wrote: > Hello, > > For some reason, ticket #542 has been collecting spam comments that > bypassed Trac's antispam. Since receiving spam on django-updates and > deleting it manually gets tedious after 100

Deprecate FCGI support in Django 1.7

2013-07-14 Thread Florian Apolloner
Hi, I'd like to get rid of everything FCGI-specific in Django sooner or later (rather sooner). Flup isn't maintained since a long time and there is no ticket tracker to report stuff. Graham pointed out that if someone wants to use FCGI they can use

Spam on ticket #542

2013-07-14 Thread Aymeric Augustin
Hello, For some reason, ticket #542 has been collecting spam comments that bypassed Trac's antispam. Since receiving spam on django-updates and deleting it manually gets tedious after 100 messages, I hacked Trac to prevent further comments on this ticket. I'm positive that Trac's antispam

Re: #20739 - Making LiveServerTestCase not depend on staticfiles?

2013-07-14 Thread Jannis Leidel
On 14.07.2013, at 15:16, Jannis Leidel wrote: > > On 14.07.2013, at 01:41, Ramiro Morales wrote: > >> Hi all, >> >> Ticket [1]8713 is tracking removing dependency of Django core on contrib >> apps code. >> >> One of the action items enumerated there is

Re: #20739 - Making LiveServerTestCase not depend on staticfiles?

2013-07-14 Thread Jannis Leidel
On 14.07.2013, at 01:41, Ramiro Morales wrote: > Hi all, > > Ticket [1]8713 is tracking removing dependency of Django core on contrib > apps code. > > One of the action items enumerated there is the fact that > LiveServerTestCase makes use of django.contrib.staticfiles'