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Slides and code from my talk on "Australian datasets and Django" at PyCon-AU in June 2010 (called "Importing datasets with Django" at OSCON 2010).
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The two Django projects here were used to illustrate data importing techniques in my talk "Displaying Australian datasets with Django" at PyCon-AU, 27 June, 2010. Each project contains its own README.txt file explaining how to download the relevant dataset. Aside from the dataset and database, all the other software pieces are included in this package to enabled you to display the data in Django's admin interface. All original text and data is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Australia license. Refer to http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/au/ . As far as attribution for reuse goes, it suffices to use my name (Malcolm Tredinnick) as the author. All code is licensed under the new-style BSD license (the same license as Django), as described in the LICENSE.txt file.