What is it?
Kamaelia Publish as of right now aims to be a system that will let users publish themselves on their own terms. The goal is to allow a person to host their own web services without being beholden to anyone else for web space.
Who wrote it?
It's developed by Jason Baker. It builds on HTTP work by Michael Sparks & Ryan Lothian
Who's interested in it?
Michael Sparks, ... you?
Where do I get it & install it?
Progress (dates related to the weekly meeting - these are the "DONE" lines)
See AlsoHow to use my toolchain for other projects
Project sub pages: (by last change)
Log/DiscussionJust tested the "executable" under linux with python 2.5. Works perfectly fine. Really impressive - worked straight out the box.
Also just tested under Mac OS 10.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File " stdin ", line 9, in ?
File "./kpublish/main.py", line 5, in ?
File "./kpublish/Kamaelia/Experimental/Wsgi/WsgiHandler.py", line 9, in ?
ImportError: No module named wsgiref.validate
Which isn't the least bit surprising - that machine doesn't have wsgiref installed. It may be worth considering re-packaging this to include a copy of wsgiref.
Still despite that, impressive :-)
-- Michael, 7 June 2008
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