Postgres site will migrate to Django


One interesting tidbit from last night’s PostgreSQL BOF session was the news that Postgres’ site would be migrated to Django within the next year. This came from Josh Berkus.

Postgres’ site now is apparently generated from a bespoke PHP script mishmash. Josh said that tasks like creating new forms was much harder than they ought to be. So…they’re moving it to Django.

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4 comments
  1. It is a good news for all django users. Django is becoming popular.

  2. Awesome. Django is certainly catching the attention of more and larger commercial entities. I’ve had tremendous success with the framework over the past couple of years, and am lucky enough to do Django full-time as Lead Developer for The Texas Tribune.

    Kudos to the Postgres team for making the switch and giving us Djangonauts a bit more territory in the web landscape.

  3. Selena Deckelmann said:

    And just for a status update — I reviewed the code prior to making the git repo for the migration public yesterday for Magnus Hagander, who wrote it. We are making progress!

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