Hey everyone, I'm relatively new to python - I actually picked it up
to see how quickly I could start building non-trivial apps with it.
Needless to say, I was quite pleased.
Anyhow, I'm looking to expand my understanding of python, and I feel
that one of the best ways to do that is looking at other peoples code.
Unfortunately, I don't feel like I grok the python mindset quite well
enough to fully distinguish between awesome, average, and not-pythony
code, so I was hoping some of the more experienced python people could
point me to some (preferably FOSS) non-trivial apps written in python
that are examples of great python code.
I realize this may be a bit ambiguous - basically I don't want to go
randomly downloading other people's source and end up assimilating
techniques that aren't . . . well . . . pythonistic.
So, who wants to hook me up?