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71 71 Posted: Friday, 15 February, 2013
72 72 </time>
73 73 <div class="post-content">
74   - <p>I spent much of last year trying to turn up my Open Source contributions
75   -so I spent much of my time contibuting to other peoples Open Source Projects. Its
76   -2013 and its a new year, so I am making a push to get some Open Source projects
  74 + <p>I spent much of last year trying to turn up my open source contributions
  75 +so I spent much of my time contributing to other peoples open source projects. Its
  76 +2013 and its a new year, so I am making a push to get some open source projects
77 77 that I have had in the pipe actually out there in the&nbsp;wild.</p>
78   -<p>The first of these is <a href="http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold">django-stronghold</a>. If you are a Django developer and
  78 +<p>The first of these is <a href="http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold">django-stronghold</a>.</p>
  79 +<p>If you are a Django developer and
79 80 you have worked on a Django project of any size, you might have coded something
80 81 like this already which makes it the perfect target for open&nbsp;source.</p>
81 82 <p>Stronghold defaults your Django project to private. This means that via
82   -some middleware all your Django Views become <code>login_required</code>. Stronghold also
  83 +some middleware all your Django views become <code>login_required</code>. Stronghold also
83 84 provides some mechanisims to make views public via a decorator or whitelisting
84   -some of your url patterns. Either way, if this sounds useful to you <a href="http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold">check out the
85   -repo</a>, install it and report any issues you run&nbsp;into.</p>
  85 +some of your url patterns. If this sounds useful to you <a href="http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold">check it out</a>. If you run into any issues please let me&nbsp;know!</p>
86 86 <p>Shout out to <a href="http://twitter.com/richardlblair">Richard Blair</a> for help with&nbsp;this.</p>
87 87 <div class="hero-unit disqus">
88 88 Tags: <a class="" href="/blog/tags/python.html">python</a>, <a class="" href="/blog/tags/django.html">django</a>, <a class="" href="/blog/tags/authentication.html">authentication</a>. </div>
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32   - &lt;p&gt;I spent much of last year trying to turn up my Open Source contributions
33   -so I spent much of my time contibuting to other peoples Open Source Projects. Its
34   -2013 and its a new year, so I am making a push to get some Open Source projects
  32 + &lt;p&gt;I spent much of last year trying to turn up my open source contributions
  33 +so I spent much of my time contributing to other peoples open source projects. Its
  34 +2013 and its a new year, so I am making a push to get some open source projects
35 35 that I have had in the pipe actually out there in the&amp;nbsp;wild.&lt;/p&gt;
36   -&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
  36 +&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;.&lt;/p&gt;
  37 +&lt;p&gt;If you are a Django developer and
37 38 you have worked on a Django project of any size, you might have coded something
38 39 like this already which makes it the perfect target for open&amp;nbsp;source.&lt;/p&gt;
39 40 &lt;p&gt;Stronghold defaults your Django project to private. This means that via
40   -some middleware all your Django Views become &lt;code&gt;login_required&lt;/code&gt;. Stronghold also
  41 +some middleware all your Django views become &lt;code&gt;login_required&lt;/code&gt;. Stronghold also
41 42 provides some mechanisims to make views public via a decorator or whitelisting
42   -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
43   -repo&lt;/a&gt;, install it and report any issues you run&amp;nbsp;into.&lt;/p&gt;
  43 +some of your url patterns. If this sounds useful to you &lt;a href=&#34;http://github.com/mgrouchy/django-stronghold&#34;&gt;check it out&lt;/a&gt;. If you run into any issues please let me&amp;nbsp;know!&lt;/p&gt;
44 44 &lt;p&gt;Shout out to &lt;a href=&#34;http://twitter.com/richardlblair&#34;&gt;Richard Blair&lt;/a&gt; for help with&amp;nbsp;this.&lt;/p&gt; </content>
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