Mike's Patch on Google App Engine
Your Django-nonrel installation is working fine. Now go and build something useful with it. :)
If you'd like to learn more about using Django-nonrel take a look at the documentation. You may also want to follow the project on GitHub or subscribe to its google group so you don't miss any new features and improvements.
If you have an existing Django project that you'd like to use with a non-relational back-end or would simply like to learn what are the differences between the normal Django and its non-relational version take a look at: porting.
If you search for reusable apps that work with Django-nonrel here's a list to get you started:
- django-dbindexer: Emulates extra database features beyond its native API (filters like __iexact, __endswith and simple JOINs); those features are used by some Django modules (admin, auth)
- django-permission-backend-nonrel: Authentication backend that works with non-relation databases
- nonrel-search: A simple full-text search engine for App Engine and other non-relational DBs
- django-mediagenerator: Combines and compresses your JS and CSS files
- django-filetransfers: Generic API for file uploads/downloads (e.g. via App Engine Blobstore)
- allbuttonspressed: The simple CMS/blog that powers the original Django-nonrel website
- ...and other nonrel projects...
Finally, take a look at the apps listed on Django Packages. Many simple Django apps (e.g., django-registration) should work unmodified. If you want to use django-debug-toolbar you need to disable the SQLDebugPanel in your settings.