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#37 Page 190: Missing space in section 15.3.3
Reported: 2014-02-19T02:27:06Z by: whoshuu
There should be a space after the first sentence. The first two sentences read:
They should be:
#36 Page 183: Missing word?
Reported: 2014-02-19T02:00:52Z by: bmoresbest55
> "It's good practice to abbreviate the urls of your with the version number e.g..."
I believe the word "app" or "project" should go there?
> "It's good practice to abbreviate the urls of your #MISSING WORD# with the version number e.g..."
@pydanny note: Occurs in section 14.3.5
#35 Text styles
Reported: 2014-02-19T00:23:20Z by: kennethlove
Again, a wide-ranging issue, but, only reading up to section 2.2 (and doing vanity skims), I've noticed that you're not consistently constant-width-ing things like `loaddata`, `dumpdata` or package names (e.g. `django-braces` in some places and "django-braces") in others.
#34 "open source" vs "open-source"
Reported: 2014-02-19T00:20:23Z by: kennethlove
Be consistent throughout the book.
#29 Page 107: grammar problem in docstring
Reported: 2014-02-13T04:26:00Z by: eliben
One of the docstrings on page 107 (section 9.4.4) says:
"""Returns a dictionary numbers of likes"""
Looks like some word was forgotten or added by mistake
#27 Page 83: bug in code sample
Reported: 2014-02-13T02:22:28Z by: eliben
Page 83, Section 7.3 the topmost code block says:
This looks like a bug (or at best, super confusing).
#26 Page 29: Grammar
Reported: 2014-02-12T19:44:10Z by: bmoresbest55
I think that there is a problem with "...given project in available in its...", maybe it should be "...given project available in its..." instead?
> INSTALLED_APPS is the list of Django apps used by a given project in available in its INSTALLED_APPS settings.
@pydanny note: This is on page 29, beginning of chapter 4
#25 Page 86: grammar / typo "we've" should be "we"
Reported: 2014-02-12T11:26:46Z by: knitatoms
> Now that we've understand how
> Now that we understand how
note by @pydanny: This occurs on Page 86, in section 7.4.
#24 Page 43: mentions section 32 (?)
Reported: 2014-02-12T05:00:21Z by: eliben
The "TIP: " box on page 43 (section 5.3), mentions "section 32, '12 Factor-Style Settings'". I don't think I see any section numbered 32 in the book.
note by @pydanny: This refers to Appendix E, which without masking shows up as `section 32`.
#23 Page 40: table 5.2 spills over from page 39
Reported: 2014-02-12T03:27:59Z by: eliben
Looking at the top of page 40, the table (5.2) spills over from the previous page, with an unsightly black bar that doesn't add any information.
#22 Page xxxvii under "Our Writing Concepts"
Reported: 2014-02-11T23:06:48Z by: bmoresbest55
In the paragraph, the last sentence reads as follows, "...To do that, we following the following concepts." A simple typo.
#20 page 404: Index items bleed into right column
Reported: 2014-02-11T11:02:59Z by: bronsen
Entries for "django.core.serializers.json.DjangoJSONEncoder, 322" and "django.utils.encoding.python_2_unicode_compatible. 207, 398" bleed from left column into right column.
The former bleeds between "execfile(), 280" and "Explicit Relative Imports, 4-7"; the latter over "Function-BAsed Views, 73, [and so fort]"
Page numbers are broken correctly.
#19 Grammar problem on page xxxiii
Reported: 2014-02-11T02:22:59Z by: eliben
The first sentence of the "Before you begin" section says:
"If you are new to Django, this book will be helpful large parts will be challenging for you."
Looks like some kind of forgotten edit :-)
#18 python pickle is insecure link is broken
Reported: 2014-02-10T15:37:06Z by: pydanny
Reported by @kracekumar:
> I was reading 21st chapter of two scoops of django. http://nadiana.com/python-pickle-insecure
url is broken, basically it is redirecting to her linkedin profile. The url is present in 21.9.2 Python Standard Library Modules That Can Execute Code.
#17 Page 296: missing word
Reported: 2014-02-10T02:44:22Z by: wsvincent
"Second, and this might be unpleasant to hear, but malignant staff **can as** many problems as any bug or penetration staff."
Missing word, maybe you mean "cause" so "**can cause as** many...?"
#16 Page 268 typo: "books" should be "book"
Reported: 2014-02-10T01:36:37Z by: wsvincent
"As this is outside the scope of this book, we recommend the following **books** by MySQL experts to help you:"
Only 1 book listed, so should be "book."
#15 Page 90 typo
Reported: 2014-02-09T14:56:22Z by: wsvincent
"Sometimes we need a one-off views that do tiny things."
1) Delete the "**a**" above.
2) "Sometimes we need a one-off **view** that **does** tiny things."
#13 Page 72 typo: "show" instead of "shown"
Reported: 2014-02-08T18:30:47Z by: wsvincent
"By setting it to True as **show** above, all requests are wrapped..."
Should be "**shown**" instead.
#12 Page 69 typo: "it's" instead of "its"
Reported: 2014-02-08T18:19:51Z by: wsvincent
"The truth is that https://npmjs.org
, as of this writing, is trying to migrate **it's** database-as-file-store system..."
Should be **its**.
#11 Page 380: misspelling of Harry Percival's name
Reported: 2014-02-08T15:28:51Z by: wsvincent
"Harry **Percieval's** book is a great way to revisit..."
Should be "Percival's" minus the "e."
#10 Page 356 possible typo: Using 2013 instead of 2014
Reported: 2014-02-08T15:22:24Z by: wsvincent
#9 Page 349 typo: "it's" instead of "its"
Reported: 2014-02-08T15:17:23Z by: wsvincent
"Fabric and **it's** Python 3-friendly..."
Should be "its."
#8 Page 343 typo: "it's" instead of "its"
Reported: 2014-02-08T15:14:34Z by: wsvincent
"For what it's worth...includes a wsgi.py in **it's** config/ directory"
Should be "its."
#6 Missing word on page 72
Reported: 2014-02-08T14:38:56Z by: erikr
The last paragraph on page 72 says
> Another to remember when using ATOMIC_REQUESTS,…
I imagine that should be
> Another thing to remember when using ATOMIC_REQUESTS...
#5 Page 330 typo: "it's" instead of "its"
Reported: 2014-02-07T23:48:43Z by: wsvincent
Top of the page, in the first sentence:
"Heroku...well known for **it's** documentation and add-ons...."