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Postby moongirl » Sun May 03, 2009 2:56 am

What is Twisted?

Twisted is an event-driven networking engine written in Python and licensed under the MIT license.

See the FAQ for commonly asked questions about Twisted.
If you want to get started with Twisted, the first thing you should do is read the Twisted Core Documentation.

Twisted projects variously support TCP, UDP, SSL/TLS, multicast, Unix sockets, a large number of protocols (including HTTP, NNTP, IMAP, SSH, IRC, FTP, and others), and much more.

General Information:

* Downloads - Get it!
* Documentation - Everything you need to know to get started.
* List Info - Access the twisted-python and twisted-web mailing lists.
* News - Read the latest news about Twisted.
* Tracker - Report a bug or request a feature (Registration is required)

More Useful Pointers:

* The Twisted Community - Get in touch with other Twisted users and developers.
* Development - Our development process; also, don't miss out on contributing to Twisted.
* Success Stories - Read about people who have been successful with Twisted.
* The Twisted Show - Interviews and podcasts with businesses and projects that use Twisted.
* Software that uses Twisted - Learn what other projects are using Twisted.
* The Labs - What is Twisted Matrix Laboratories?
* Sponsors - Individuals and organisations aid development with donations of hardware, software, hosting, and so on.
* Windows We're especially seeking resources to help improve Twisted on Windows
http://twistedmatrix.com/


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Omegle uses the excellent Twisted networking library

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