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None of these are particularly useful teaching projects, but all of my Django projects are open source. Feel free to peruse and ask me any questions!


I've also got a reusable Django app for incorporating Webmention into your Django app: django-webmention


You could start from awesome-django but it's a long list and I don't know which of those projects have beginner friendly tickets.

A possible way to narrow down the list is to look at the most popular projects or libraries that have a singular purpose that might be easier to work on.

A couple (active projects) that I picked from Awesome Django:

  • django-rest-framework is the most popular library to build a REST API on top of Django. They have a bunch of open issues and explcitly say the following in their issues page

  • django-q is a simple and cool multiprocess distributed queue for Django that integrates with its admin

I just started github.com/mariocesar/django-ltree, and will do a series of videos of me doing all the work. youtube.com/watch?v=JDD9i5QFLoA however the videos are on Spanish :)


Hey Mario are contributions welcomed on this project I see some issues have been raised


Just released 0.5 version, with lot of updates.

Sorry for being away ! :D


A former colleague of mine did WGER in his sparetime: A workout and fitness manager.



django / django-localflavor

Country-specific Django helpers, formerly of contrib fame



Django's "localflavor" packages offer additional functionality for particular countries or cultures. For example, these might include form fields for your country's postal codes or government ID numbers.

This code used to live in Django proper -- in django.contrib.localflavor -- but was separated into a standalone package in Django 1.5 to keep the framework's core clean.

For a full list of available localflavors, see django-localflavor.readthedocs.io/

django-localflavor can also be found on and installed from the Python Package Index: pypi.python.org/pypi/django-localf...

Release Overview

You're encouraged to use the latest version of this package unless you need support for an unsupported version of Django.

2018-08-24 - 2.1: Django 1.11 - 2.1

2017-12-30 - 2.0: Django 1.11 - 2.0

All deprecated code has been removed in this release. See changelog for details.

2017-11-22 - 1.6: Django 1.8 - 1.11

All deprecated code will be removed in the next release. Please run…

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