February 14, 2023
Slightly late, but here’s the 4.2 mirror. As usual, read-only, and aimed at production (aka “using django on servers “), not development (aka “commit”).
November 14, 2022
I want to use a Keycloak instance (SSO provider) for authenticating users on a nextcloud application. Since version 19, nextcloud has an “official” plugin for connecting to an openid server (one of different SSO protocols). The plugin is called “OpenID Connect user backend” (official plugin, github). The only kind of documentation they provide is this […]
September 16, 2022
I have to troubleshoot a buggy relationship between a mail client (thunderbird) and an IMAP server (dovecot), regarding notification. That’s when the server informs the client about new mails, as opposed to the client polling the server to get this information. There’s this stackoverflow thread with some very useful exemple code. Unfortunately, it’s old, and […]
May 18, 2022
The usual ‘production’ mirror for the recently announced Django 4.1.
March 13, 2022
October 28, 2021
The first beta for Django 4.0 was just announced, and it’s time for another ‘production’ mercurial mirror.
January 21, 2021
As usual when Django releases a new Alpha version, I’ve settled a new mirror. The URL (both web and clone) is https://freehackers.org/mirrors/django-3.2-production As stated before, I no longer use bitbucket as they’ve dropped support for mercurial. Shame on them ! 🙂
August 26, 2020
As you are probably aware, bitbucket is dead. At least the original bitbucket as we knew it, the leader in mercurial hosting. They no longer host mercurial repositories, so I had to move my kernel and Django mirrors. They are now hosted on my own heptapod instance, at the following URL: https://www.freehackers.org/mirrors I did the […]
September 10, 2019
Time to clean up my mercurial mirrors as Django 3.0 has just had its first alpha released. Keeping an eye on the supported versions, I did the following changes: Added mirror for 3.0 branch : https://bitbucket.org/orzel/django-3.0-production/ Removed mirror for 1.8 branch Removed mirror for 1.9 branch Removed mirror for 1.10 branch Branch 2.0 is officially […]
February 11, 2019
I’m slightly late on this one, but here it is. For the record, main purposes of this mirror are: being a lightweight read-only repository to clone from for production servers hide the ugly git stuff behind a great mercurial interface The clone is at the usual location at bitbucket, from which you can browse, clone, […]