I realised today that if Mezzanine and Oscar share the same file names for a lot of templates and static files (in addition to urls, as mentioned in part 1), I should probably separate them more clearly. Especially since static files are collected into the same directory for production with
Because Stack Overflow is feckin' unfriendly to noobs and I need somewhere to post my code so I can show it to more experienced devs and ask if I'm doing it right or is some other method better practice.
I originally wrote this FAQ for my couchsurfers. I think it's useful for people who live in Vienna long term too. Things like the big Turkish market at Yppengasse are super useful for everyone.
I finished building the first version of this site a couple of weeks back. But, I hadn't a mote of a clue how to deploy a site. So I went a-googlin'. I turned up this article: "How To Set Up Django with Postgres, Nginx, and Gunicorn on Ubuntu 16.04". It looked encouragingly complete. But you know how the story goes. It doesn't simply go. It stumbles all over the place, falls off a few cliffs, drowns, and then you do it again. And again, and again, and again ad infinitum ad naseam.
I deployed this site today. Something of a milestone. I dropped Wagtail and Puput, and went with Mezzanine because, as I've found out, the larger and more stable a community, the more secure and fully featured the package. Security was a big concern for me, and I'm really glad Mezzanine deals with it so decently.