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I get the point of not taking something too big but in the end on any real-life project I've always needed most of Django's main features. If it's to progressively assemble all of Django's pieces but differently I find that it's a waste of time...

I think there's value in being able to make the choice of what pieces to assemble. I like Django, I just don't love it. Django's admin is great though, if you're building an app that needs one :-)

Which makes me think, has anyone tested Responder yet? (from the author of Requests)

Haven't looked into it yet!

I don't know how Kenneth Reitz manages to write so many awesome libraries :D

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