Django, Pillow, Plock, Plone, Pyramid and more
This information may eventually live within the DC Python corpus, but for now I prefer to post-it-now-move-it-later.
DC Python, for those not familiar, is:
in Blog · Wed 07 October 2015
A while back I wrote about reinstalling OS X. This is another one of those posts.
I like to reinstall OS X, a lot. So much so, you'd think I'd find some way to automate the process. There must be something soothing about it, though, because I keep ...
in Blog · Mon 05 October 2015
Pillow is the friendly PIL fork by Alex Clark and Contributors. PIL is the Python Imaging Library by Fredrik Lundh and Contributors.
The Pillow Team is excited to announce the release of Pillow 3.0.0. While "3 is just a number after 2", there are some significant changes in ...
in Blog · Sat 03 October 2015
Pillow 2.9.0 will be released on July 1, 2015.
Please help the Pillow Fighters prepare for the Pillow 2.9.0 release by downloading and testing this pre-release:
As you might expect, we'd ...
in Blog · Sun 28 June 2015
Dear Plone, welcome to 2015
Picture it. The year was 2014. I was incredibly moved and inspired by this blog entry:
Someone had finally done it. (zupo in this case, kudos!) Someone had finally beat me to implementing the dream of git push heroku ...
in Blog · Sat 27 June 2015
With Plone 5 heating up, it's time for me to go "all in" on Plone again. To that end, here's a new tutorial for "Unix Hackers"; i.e. command-line savvy developers who may be totally unfamiliar with Python but want to learn Plone.
This time, in the form ...
in Blog · Mon 01 June 2015
Plock is a Plone installer for the pip-loving crowd. Plone is the ultimate open source enterprise CMS.
To understand Plock you must understand a few things:
in Blog · Sun 26 April 2015
Pillow Fighter #2 Eric Soroos had some time constraints recently so I managed the Pillow 2.8 release. While preparing the release I ...
in Blog · Sun 05 April 2015
How many times have you seen this?
in Blog · Sat 28 February 2015
Reminiscent of this phenomenon, I'm slowly being driven insane by Redditors asking /r/Python to do their homework for them. E.g.
In principle, and putting aside /r/learnpython, I have no problem with Redditors asking questions on /r/Python that are better suited to /r/learnpython. E.g ...
in Blog · Tue 10 February 2015