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pootle.py. This implies a single
urls.pyfile with two entries - the url for the admin interface and a wildcard directing everything else to
(10:42:10) friedel1: Winterstream1: So we can continue with sqlalchemy and already have something useful before we switch ORM?
Yes, but we won't get the benefits of Django's admin interface for our software models based on SQLAlchemy.
(10:42:10) clouserw: step #1 won't interfere with django's admin interface, right?
This refers to step 1 above. The description as been fixed to point out that we still need
urls.py to point to the admin page. It shouldn't impact negatively on the admin interface otherwise.