Moving forward, I'd like:
- To work hard on newbie documentation for the PyWebOff's concept of "Brian" (i.e. a Python newbie who knows PHP and is now trying to write Web applications in Python).
- To revive Piranha for all the "Ruby on Rails" folk. SQLObject and the Subway project may make some or all of this work unnecessary.
- To better integrate with SQLObject and FormEncode.
- To write a WebServerAdaptor for Twisted. At IronPort, we use coroutines. I work with Sam Rushing, the author of Medusa. Since coroutines are strictly better than Twisted (same benefits, but easier to code), if I can't support Twisted, I'm going to push harder for IronPort to open source its coroutines library and its version of stackless Python. This will be great since Aquarium's Web server, Glass, can already run in a coroutine environment.
- Great beginner documentation.
- A larger community who agree on how Web applications should be developed.
- Mind share.