A Python web application framework made of small modular code blocks.
It has been said that the code for Modulo is in active development. That is slightly... entirely false. Modulo is a one-person project (for now?), and I don't have a huge amount of time to work on it. But it is in continuous development; it's not a dead project by any means. At the time of this writing, the latest version is Modulo 0.1.4a, released on July 23, 2011.
To see the latest activity, you can clone the "official" git repository:
git clone git://www.ellipsix.net/modulo.git
The project also has a GitHub repository which is usually up to date, so you can clone it from there:
git clone git://github.com/diazona/Modulo.git
All code included in either the repository or the direct download should be considered subject to the GNU GPL unless labeled otherwise. (It may be rereleased under a more permissive license soon, possibly the LGPL)
Patches and contributions are gladly accepted. If you submit a patch, I will contact you before making any decision regarding changing the license and you will have the opportunity to have your patch withdrawn from the software.
This is alpha-quality software! Please do not use it in a production environment, unless you run your own tests and can satisfy yourself that it meets your needs.
Documentation for Modulo is under construction and will be posted and updated as it becomes available. For now, you can take a look at the tutorial to get a sense of how the system works.