July 2009 archive
Tonight the Django team is pleased to announce the release of Django 1.1, the latest and greatest stable version of the Django framework.Read more
In accordance with our security policy, today the Django project is issuing a set of releases to remedy a vulnerability reported to us. This announcement contains a description of the vulnerability, a description of the changes made to fix it, and pointers to the patches for each supported version of Django.
Also covered here is an unrelated issue which, though security-related and resulting in changes to future Django releases, is not being treated as a vulnerability in Django itself.Read more
Tonight the Django team has issued Django 1.1 release candidate 1, a preview/testing package for the upcoming Django 1.1 release.Read more
DjangoCon 2009 will be September 8th-12th in Portland, Oregon.Read more