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django-cloudfiles Summary ------- The Rackspace Cloud (previously Mosso) offers a file storage service called CloudFiles. Bundled with CloudFiles is the option to make your files publicly available over Limelight's CDN. This app adds a command (publish_cloudfiles) to Django's manage.py script. The new command publishes all of your media files to your CloudFiles account. Maturity -------- Working alpha. Needs to be beat up. Needs testing on Windows. NOTE: No investigation has been made into whether or not this will continue to work after RackSpace moves from Limelight to Akami: http://bit.ly/g1x7N6 Instalation ----------- 1. Download the CloudFiles Python API (project developed against 1.3.0): https://api.mosso.com/clients/cloudfiles/python-cloudfiles-1.3.0.zip 2. Extract the API and put the contained folder cloudfiles/ in your PYTHONPATH. 3. Put django_cloudfiles/ in your PYTHONPATH. 4. Add django_cloudfiles to your INSTALLED_APPS 5. Configure some settings in your settings file (these are optional; they can be passed on the commad line to manage.py instead of coded in setings.py): * CLOUDFILES_USERNAME - your Mosso username used for accessing CloudFiles * CLOUDFILES_API_KEY - your Mosso API key used for accessing CloudFiles * CLOUDFILES_CONTAINER - the container to upload files to * MEDIA_ROOT - where the command should upload from 6. (optional) If you use the CDN feature of CloudFiles, set your MEDIA_URL to be the public URI of your container. NOTE: It's useful to override this in a settings_dev.py file if you develop offline locally. Use --- python manage.py help publish_cloudfiles