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One of Python's doctrines is "There is only one correct way to do things", which suits my philosophy perfectly: I don't like having to make decisions, I like it being obvious what the correct way of doing things is.

That's why Django's "flexible" approach seems odd to me.

Another one of Python's doctrines is that practicality beats purity. Given the differences between a lot of websites, I can see a one-size-fits-all model going out of the window pretty quickly. Especially so given all of the wa-wa-I don't like the auth/admin/predefined data fields that seems to be going on here...

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