A collection of cheat sheets that I've created to bolster the documentation around the Pinax project
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README.markdown
about.markdown
account.markdown
ajax_validation.markdown
announcements.markdown
basic_profiles.markdown
django_contrib_auth.markdown
django_contrib_contenttypes.markdown
django_contrib_humanize.markdown
django_contrib_sessions.markdown
django_contrib_sites.markdown
django_openid.markdown
emailconfirmation.markdown
mailer.markdown
notification.markdown
pagination.markdown
pinax_div_structure.png
pinax_template_inheritance.png
pinax_template_structure.graffle
pinax_templatetags.markdown
signup_codes.markdown
staticfiles.markdown
template.markdown
timezones.markdown
uni_form.markdown
waitinglist.markdown

README.markdown

WHAT

Embedded in this repo are my cheat sheets for using the applications that are and can be embedded within a Pinax project.

WHY

The Pinax project is a fantastic way to move forward with a number of application components that have already been created for you. Unfortunately, it currently isn't super-well documented if you want to know what's embedded and included, and how you might use some of those components in your own django applications.

This is an effort to document at least the basic internal components of Pinax. There are also getting started documents available within the Pinax project as well: http://github.com/pinax/pinax/tree/0.7.1/docs

WHERE

You can find the source of the core of Pinax on GitHub at http://github.com/pinax/pinax/. Pinax makes use of a number of external applications that aren't all included in that master project.

CONTRIBUTING

If you want to add some commentary or additional detail to these cheat sheets, PLEASE DO! Just fork away on GitHub, and send me a pull request to have your updates included here. The format I'm using for all these documents is currently markdown, simply because I know it reasonably well and it renders nicely by default on GitHub.

thanks,

- joe