I'm following the tutorial at http://djangobook.com/installing-django/ to setup Django. I created a new virtualenv and installed Django in it. I activate it through:
django-admin startproject mysite
This will create a mysite directory in your current directory (in this
You don't need to create a project in venv folder (actually, you better not). You need virtual environment only to 'communicate' with you project via terminal (starting, migrating...) Virtual environment contains needed tools to run you project (your project is not a part of it).