I originally wrote FormEncode (after a few iterations of similar projects). I remain the (somewhat reluctant) maintainer.
I wrote this to test Paste Script (part of Python Paste)
Primary author; this is a testing ground for wiki ideas I'd like to try.
Author at The Open Planning Project
This is the culmination of several attempts at the general tool, largely inspired by Phillip Eby's virtual-python.py (which technically was inspired by me writing that script, based on his description of the technique in Setuptools documentation; all very circular).
Main developer and maintainer at The Open Planning Project
Authored this extraction from Paste, and remain the primary developer and maintainer.
I wrote this for Paste Script, as a templating language for the small WSGI tools and also the project creation templates.
Written for an early form of Python Paste, it's still a darn good config parser and I use it as such.
I wrote this originally as part of Python Paste (paste.fixture), then extracted it and made it use WebOb.
Main developer at The Open Planning Project
Wrote the initial implementation, which still constitutes most of the code.
I originally wrote this on a lark while listening to a presentation on another Python mocking tool. It's now maintained by Josh Bronson.
Contributor at The Open Planning Project
I contributed primarily to lxml.html and lxml.cssselect
I like Logo, so I gave it a go. But no one else ever cared :(
I am the original author, though I passed maintenance on some time ago.
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