This exact topic was raised recently at the MySQL Meetup for Python frameworks.
Being a Database guy I generally don't promote frameworks as a long term solution (many old experiences in Java world, and still today).?
Django was mentioned as great if your work fits well with their style, Pylons and? PureMVC were the other two discussed.
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On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 12:55 PM, James Dennis <[address removed]>
I'd be into this. I've primarily been using Django but would love to
hear what others are up to and what they've done.
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> I'd really enjoy a shootout style presentation comparing and
> contrasting the various python web frameworks (and tools). Does this
> sound interesting to anyone?
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