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Merge pull request #29 from stooj/master

Removed suggestion of using the comments system from the introduction
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  2. +5 −5 chapter05.rst
  3. +2 −2 chapter07.rst
  4. +7 −6 introduction.rst
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1  .gitignore
@@ -1 +1,2 @@
*.pyc
+_build/*
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10 chapter05.rst
@@ -550,11 +550,11 @@ project. By default, it looks something like this::
Temporarily comment out all six of those strings by putting a hash character
(``#``) in front of them. (They're included by default as a common-case
-convenience, but we'll activate and discuss them in subsequent chapters.)
-While you're at it, comment out the default ``MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES`` setting, too;
-the default values in ``MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES`` depend on some of the apps we
-just commented out. Then, add ``'mysite.books'`` to the ``INSTALLED_APPS``
-list, so the setting ends up looking like this::
+convenience, but we'll activate and discuss most of them in subsequent
+chapters.) While you're at it, comment out the default ``MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES``
+setting, too; the default values in ``MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES`` depend on some of
+the apps we just commented out. Then, add ``'mysite.books'`` to the
+``INSTALLED_APPS`` list, so the setting ends up looking like this::
MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = (
# 'django.middleware.common.CommonMiddleware',
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4 chapter07.rst
@@ -190,7 +190,7 @@ The URLpattern in ``urls.py`` could look like this::
urlpatterns = patterns('',
# ...
- (r'^search-form/$', views.search_form),
+ url(r'^search-form/$', views.search_form),
# ...
)
@@ -1282,4 +1282,4 @@ missing pieces as you need them.
We'll start in `Chapter 8`_, by doubling back and taking a closer look at views
and URLconfs (introduced first in `chapter03`).
-.. _chapter 8: chapter08.rst/
+.. _chapter 8: chapter08.rst/
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13 introduction.rst
@@ -54,9 +54,10 @@ better. It's designed to quickly get you moving on your own Django projects, and
then ultimately teach you everything you need to know to successfully design,
develop, and deploy a site that you'll be proud of.
-We're extremely interested in your feedback. The online version of this book
-will let you comment on any part of the book, and discuss it with other readers.
-We'll do our best to read all the comments posted there, and to respond to as
-many as possible. If you prefer email, please drop us a line at
-feedback@djangobook.com. Either way, we'd love to hear from you! We're glad
-you're here, and we hope you find Django as exciting, fun, and useful as we do.
+We're extremely interested in your feedback. This book is `open source`__ and
+all are welcome to improve it. If you prefer to suggest changes, please drop us
+a line at feedback@djangobook.com. Either way, we'd love to hear from you! We're
+glad you're here, and we hope that you find Django as exciting, fun and useful
+as we do.
+
+__ http://github.com/jacobian/djangobook.com

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