I am planning to do some work on the plone.org server and website by the end of the year.
The website for Python egoists™
This just in from the production department: use Varnish. (And please forgive the heavily meme-laden approach to describing these techniques.)
The Plone community and software fit nicely within the larger Python ecosystem. Here’s why.
For anyone unfamiliar with Pillow, it is the friendly PIL fork: a fork of PIL that aims to remain a good citizen in the PIL community through its actions.
This post is only loosely Python related and not at all Plone related.
It seems I’ve inadvertently started another series of blog entry
This is a Plone “Hello, World!” style tutorial/application for Python programmers.
Another one from the: “wow, this approach is totally and completely non-obvious to beginners” department.
You know who uses the (Plone) Collective Python buildout?
Today I am introducing a new category of blog entry called Plone secrets.
A few months ago I created a package called Vanity
We are looking for a unique and talented (but mostly non-technical) individual that is passionate about Plone
Due to the new Diazo theming features now available, I am very excited about the recent release of Plone 4.1rc2
About a year ago, I was frantically trying to finish ‘Plone 3.3 Site Administration’ …
I have yet to finish my obligations to Plone Conference 2008 until NOW.
A long time ago (several years ago, or more) one of my first Plone jobs was importing content from the file system.
The Cioppino Sprint was recently held in Bodega Bay, CA.
Everyone on the Python Planet is probably already familiar with Peter Fein’s recent article about PyPI.
As in “dominates”, not a “list of rules”
With what must be the fifth or sixth round of apologies to both Erik Rose and PACKT publishing for the delay (very sorry guys), here is my review! Better late than never.
It’s been a few years since I last attended a Plone sprint.