Django 1.11 alpha 1 is now available. It represents the first stage in the 1.11 release cycle and is an opportunity for you to try out the changes coming in Django 1.11. Django 1.11 has a medley of new features which you can read about in the in-development 1.11 release notes.
New Admin underway. Not a DSF project I believe but one lead by developers from Django community.
Users finding bugs? Searching logs for errors? Find + fix broken code fast!
There are a lot of ways to deploy Django so I think it is one of those topics people are really curious about how other people do it. Generally, in all deploys you need to get the latest code, run migrations, collect your static files and restart web server processes. How yo do those steps, that is the interesting part. In today's video I go over How I deploy Django day to day, followed by some other ways I have done it. This is definitely a topic you can make as easy or complicated as you want.
Avoid Failure by Developing a Toolchain That Enables DevOps
Every Django developer at one point learns this.
I explained how to connect a Django model to ElasticSearch for indexing and searching.
It was pretty clear for years that Django would eventually migrate to Python 3. The Road map clearly mentioned it. Future here we come.
Ansible Playbook for setting up a Django app with Virtualenv, Supervisor, Nginx, Gunicorn and PostgreSQL.
A webpush notifications plugable app for Django.
An app for managing the lending of books from an online book library.