Edgewall Software
Version 28 (modified by anonymous, 6 years ago)

added another Genshi-driven site; way too few are listed here, anyway

Who Uses Genshi?

This page lists projects, products, companies, organizations, or individuals who are successfully using (or have used) Genshi.

If you're also using Genshi, feel free to add a blurb to the list!

Note: we'll occasionally check links added to this list, and remove sites that seem unlikely to be using Genshi (such as Wordpress powered blogs that claim to use Genshi for generating RSS/Atom feeds). If we accidentally remove a legitimate entry, feel free to protest by sending a mail to our MailingList.


  • homework prod. ( http://homework.nwsnet.de/)
    - personal site mostly about code; happily utilizes Genshi (and has replaced Kid and SimpleTAL)
  • Foxmarks ( http://foxmarks.com)
    - At Foxmarks, we're turning web search upside down. Creating a better way to search that is community inspired and people powered. We're using Genshi for all our public facing Web sites.
  • TurboGears web framework ( http://www.turbogears.org) - Genshi can be used as an alternative template engine with TG 1.0 and is the default engine for TG 1.1 and TG 2.
  • Freebase online database ( http://www.freebase.com)
    - Kind of like a database version of Wikipedia, using Genshi for all aspects of the site including inline editing and RSS.
  • widgets.opera.com Opera Widgets distribution site ( http://widgets.opera.com)
    - A place for people to share and find Opera Widgets

See also: MailingList, IrcChannel