If you’re interested in creating a social-network site in Django, you should definitely investigate Pinax. This is a project that integrates a number of apps that are useful for creating this sort of site – friends, messaging, invitations, registration, etc. They’re mostly very high quality.
Are you saying that a random survey of some posted Django apps (not Django itself) reveals that some people post code that doesn’t meet your standards of quality?
Isn’t that universally true of all code posted everywhere on the internet?
A random survey of any code in any language for any framework will turn up quality issues.
What’s your real question? Do you think this phenomena will somehow rub off on you and taint your code with their lack of quality?
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