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I think open source codes are wonderful sources of study, I'm wondering which websites have open sourced their code base such as reddit ?

I am especially interested on ones based on Python, but others are welcomes too.

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Are you looking for this? wiki.python.org/moin/Applications –  S.Lott Feb 19 '12 at 18:56
    
check out projects on git-scm.com –  alfasin Feb 20 '12 at 2:40
    
Allow me to clarify, instead of Web Application Projects, I'm more looking for open code from real-life Websites with a modest traffic, DB backend, etc. Now, what is the difference between Web Applications Project codes and code from real-life Websites ? I think one is written for general usage; And another is architected or modified to suit its usage in the real world, of which their particularities I hope to glimpse and learn from. Thank you both so I had the opportunity to better reflect my own question. –  Cheng Lio Feb 20 '12 at 3:40

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E.g. http://livejournal.com/ is an open-source project, with code hosted at http://code.livejournal.org/

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