Is this “smart” way of populating the admin page ok code-wise?

I am currently hooking a large database up to a django site and want to populate the admin page with a number of models. I am using inspect to get a list of classes from each model file (one file per database in MySQL) and then registering them by name.

from django.contrib import admin
import inspect
from .models import auth

# Auth
for pair in inspect.getmembers(auth):
# returns a tuple with the class name and ref
model = tuple[1]
if tuple[0][0] is not "_" and tuple[0][0].upper() == tuple[0][0]:


Is there anything wrong with this code? Is getting class references like this bad practice? It just seems to easy to be true.

The usual "django" way of doing this - is to use get_app_config() function to get the AppConfig instance, then call .get_models() method:
from django.apps import apps