|Original author(s)||James Tauber |
|Developer(s)||The Pinax community|
|Initial release||May 2008|
16.04 / April 29, 2016
|Type||Web development platform|
It came out of an effort to further the use of reusable apps, to make a more accessible bundle of the many components already available for Django, and enabling rapid development of different kinds of web sites.
Pinax is influential in the Django community, being used e.g. to build the DjangoCon and PyCon web sites.  It could be seen as a competitor to large, open source, content management frameworks such as Drupal and Plone.
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- James Tauber (2011-09-22). "Pinax after Three Years: Lessons Learnt and the Way Forward". DjangoCon 2011. Retrieved 2012-04-18.