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6 blog/2013/02/announcing-django-stronghold.html
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<p>I spent much of last year trying to turn up my Open Source contributions
so I spent much of my time contibuting to other peoples Open Source Projects. Its
2013 and its a new year, so I am making a push to get some Open Source projects
-that I have had in the pipe actually out there in the wild. The first of these is
-<a href="http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold">django-stronghold</a>. If you are a Django developer and
+that I have had in the pipe actually out there in the&nbsp;wild.</p>
+<p>The first of these is <a href="http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold">django-stronghold</a>. If you are a Django developer and
you have worked on a Django project of any size, you might have coded something
like this already which makes it the perfect target for open&nbsp;source.</p>
-<p><a href="http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold">Django-Stronghold</a> defaults your Django project to private. This means that via
+<p>Stronghold defaults your Django project to private. This means that via
some middleware all your Django Views become <code>login_required</code>. Stronghold also
provides some mechanisims to make views public via a decorator or whitelisting
some of your url patterns. Either way, if this sounds useful to you <a href="http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold">check out the
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8 blog/atom.xml
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<link href="/"/>
- <updated>2013-02-15T09:59:36Z</updated>
+ <updated>2013-02-15T10:38:28Z</updated>
<id>http://mikegrouchy.com/blog/atom.xml/</id>
@@ -32,11 +32,11 @@
&lt;p&gt;I spent much of last year trying to turn up my Open Source contributions
so I spent much of my time contibuting to other peoples Open Source Projects. Its
2013 and its a new year, so I am making a push to get some Open Source projects
-that I have had in the pipe actually out there in the wild. The first of these is
-&lt;a href=&#34;http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold&#34;&gt;django-stronghold&lt;/a&gt;. If you are a Django developer and
+that I have had in the pipe actually out there in the&amp;nbsp;wild.&lt;/p&gt;
+&lt;p&gt;The first of these is &lt;a href=&#34;http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold&#34;&gt;django-stronghold&lt;/a&gt;. If you are a Django developer and
you have worked on a Django project of any size, you might have coded something
like this already which makes it the perfect target for open&amp;nbsp;source.&lt;/p&gt;
-&lt;p&gt;&lt;a href=&#34;http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold&#34;&gt;Django-Stronghold&lt;/a&gt; defaults your Django project to private. This means that via
+&lt;p&gt;Stronghold defaults your Django project to private. This means that via
some middleware all your Django Views become &lt;code&gt;login_required&lt;/code&gt;. Stronghold also
provides some mechanisims to make views public via a decorator or whitelisting
some of your url patterns. Either way, if this sounds useful to you &lt;a href=&#34;http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold&#34;&gt;check out the
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2  blog/excerpts.xml
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<link href="/"/>
- <updated>2013-02-15T09:59:37Z</updated>
+ <updated>2013-02-15T10:38:29Z</updated>
<id>http://mikegrouchy.com/blog/excerpts.xml/</id>
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