Not sure why this wasn't publicized more, but Guido van Rossum announced today that he open sourced the code for Code Review, a Google AppEngine app he released last week. Code Review is based on Mondrian, the internal code review tool that Guido wrote for Google. The relationship between the two apps in terms of features is: Code Review < Mondrian.
The code for Code Review is part of a Google code project called Rietveld. I haven't looked at it yet, but I'll certainly do so soon, just to see the master's view on how to write a GAPE application.
Monday, May 05, 2008
Guido open sources Code Review app running on GAPE
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