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  1. Plone 5 Alpha 2 is here!

    This post is long overdue since Plone 5 alpha 2 was released on 2014-04-20! It is also too short. I may do a followup blog entry to review more features, depending on how well this one is received. I also want to talk more about Plock.

    When Plone 4 alpha ...

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  2. I love collective-recipe-plonesite!

    Whenever I answer tech support questions, I usually begin with a clean slate, e.g.:

    $ pip install tmp virtualenv
    $ cd `tmp`
    $ virtualenv .
    $ bin/pip install zc.buildout
    $ bin/buildout init
    

    Then I edit buildout.cfg to look like this:

    [buildout]
    extends = https://raw.github.com/plock/pins/master/plone-4-3
    

    Then ...

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  3. We Pioneer

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    One of the subjects I find myself thinking about a lot is: Plone (surprise!) In Plone-land, we deliver the best Python-based CMS money can't buy on top of an aging Zope 2 "application server" mixed with newer Zope, Python, and other technologies. In short, this is a challenge.

    Diazo ...

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  4. Bro, do you even Pillow?

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    Pillow is a fork of the Python Imaging Library. Here is an update on the status of the project.

    2.4.0 released

    Pillow 2.4.0 is out! Here are the highlights:

    • Indexed Transparency handled for conversions between L, RGB, and P modes. Fixes #510 [wiredfool]
    • Conversions enabled from ...
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  5. Introducing Plock Pins

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    "Plock Pins are the greatest thing to happen to Plone since Buildout"
    
                                                            — Alex Clark
    

    Plock Pins are the final incarnation of a collection of Plone Buildouts I've been developing since 2010. They attempt to make it easy to install Plone with only Python installed [1]. Installing Plone with Plock ...

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  6. Hello Plone Updated

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    Over two years ago I wrote a blog entry called "Hello, Plone!". I've just updated it in order to:

    • Change the wording
    • Update the links
    • Add some comments

    What's changed?

    As change in technology is constant, you can expect a few details to differ between then and now ...

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  7. Pillow 2-3-0 is out!

    Pillow is the "friendly" PIL fork by Alex Clark and Contributors. PIL is the Python Imaging Library by Fredrik Lundh and Contributors

    Since Pillow 2.0, the Pillow Team has adopted a quarterly release cycle; as such, Pillow 2.3.0 has just been released. Here's what's new ...

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