I'm trying to make some views in Ddjango when i click on a line in a tag in HTMl and i need some advise and please take into account that i'm a beginner in Django.Indeed, i would like to change my view when i click on it, what will open a new view called like the Hash inside my tag.Let me explain you with this code called bap2pmonitoring.html:
In your main template, you can use this change to link through to the torrent. You are then passing the torrent.Hash variable through to your URL as the argument, which will be used for torrent_hash in the URL regex:
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First of all, when I pitched this book to my publishers at University of Massachusetts Press, I asked them to release the full text under a Creative Commons license, which allows noncommercial redistribution without permission or payment. I'm not the first academic author to do this, but it was a new step for UMP, and I'm gratified that they trusted me enough try it out.Once I had the CC license in place, I was free to share the text as I saw fit. I decided to post a live draft of the book manuscript as I wrote it; each day, another 300-1,200 words would be "published" to a blog site for the book hosted by MediaCommons Press. This turned out to be a great decision, because not only did I get thousands of readers before I completed the manuscript, but the scores of substantive comments I received via the site and via email allowed me to improve the book significantly. In a sense, the paperback/ebook version is the second edition. And while I'm the nominal author, each of the commenters played a role in shaping the text. All of the non-anonymous ones get a shout-out in the book's Acknowledgments section. The first draft is still up at MediaCommons Press, in case anyone's geeky enough to want to compare versions.The CC license also means that the book's finished version is available freely to anyone who wants to read it. Again, UMP went out on a limb for me and provided me with a fully laid-out PDF a few months after it was published in paperback and ebook formats. The file sharing software company Vuze contacted me and offered to put together a "bundle" for the book, which includes both the full PDF and three videos of talks I've given on the subject, then seeded the bundle to BitTorrent and promoted it to their users. No money changed hands. In the first two weeks after the bundle launched, the torrent file was downloaded over 50,000 times and my Amazon author rank climbed precipitously, from a summer doldrums low of 350,000 to about 69,000. Today, almost two months after the launch, well over a thousand peers are sharing the bundle at any given point in time, and my sales rank has continued an upward trend.As to the "why" part of your question: First of all, given the book's general thrust, I would have felt like a hypocrite if I hadn't released the book freely online. Second, I genuinely believed it would improve my sales, and it seems to have done just that. Third, I want as many people to read the book as possible - both because I hope it will have an impact on policy and the overall conversation about IP, and because I believe people should have access to information that's vital to their wellbeing. Finally, as you suggest in your question, I'm frequently challenged by critics who, believing I lack the courage of my convictions, challenge me to distribute my own work freely, and I love to see the look on their faces when I tell them I've done just that.