yeah, 3 years later, web2py still not listed in stackshare, just interest 
what's another technology can be integrate with web2py listed in stackshare



On Friday, April 3, 2015 at 5:40:59 AM UTC+7, Louis Amon wrote:
> Just pointing out that web2py should be on StackShare 
> <>, same as Django and other frameworks.
> It's not really my place to build web2py's vendor profile 
> <> so I'll leave that to it's founders 
> (@MassimoDiPierro)
> I'm using it (as text for now, since it isn't registered) in my own stacks 
> and I'm adding badges on my GitHub repos to promote the framework as well 
> as the other tools I regularly use in my dev stacks :)
> Cheers,

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