I’m back on IRC for the foreseeable future, and loving it. Thank you Shout IRC.
Makefile for Python Web Development & Related Projects
Pip installs Plock. Plock installs Plone.
With Plone 5 heating up, it’s time for me to go all-in again on Plone.
Pip installs Plock. Plock installs Plone.
This post is long overdue since Plone 5 alpha 2 was released on 2014-04-20!
Whenever I answer tech support questions, I usually begin with a clean slate
One of the subjects I find myself thinking about a lot is: Plone (surprise!)
“Plock Pins are the greatest thing to happen to Plone since Buildout” — Alex Clark
Over two years ago I wrote a blog entry called “Hello, Plone!”
Here is another report on Plone themes.
A few months ago I introduced Plock: the Plone-installer for the Pip-loving crowd.
Plock is a Plone Installer for the Pip-Loving Crowd.
Plock is a Plone Installer for the Pip-Loving Crowd. Plone is a Python-based CMS.
Recently I upgraded plone.org from Plone 4.2 to Plone 4.3.
Is Plone the next great static website generator? Probably not, but it definitely could be.
Regarding some of the criticism or objection to some of the content of my blog entries, etc.,
Actually: re-introducing the Plone Kitty from Plone 1!
This is a non-technical post on the Plone community, why it’s so great, how it functions, and some details that may help one understand it from the outside looking in (AKA The “secrets”)
The Plone community consists (roughly) of Founders, Contributors, and Users.
I owe PACKT a review of this book, so here it is.
TL;DR: Because I care.
I love upgrading Plone. Given the choice between an afternoon in the sun and upgrading Plone… OK I’d probably pick the sun, but it’d be close.
With Diazo theming on the rise (going in to 4.3 core) I’d like to take a look at the Diazo theming ecosystem again.
Including many Plone add-ons.
Bootstrap all the things, including Zope2.
Since Day 1 with Plone circa 2004, I’ve always taken pride in and greatly enjoyed refining my development environment.
This release features the ability to display per package download statistics.
In this post, we introduce a new tutorial.
I am planning to do some work on the plone.org server and website by the end of the year.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Edit: In addition to “cool overlays”, I added a couple Plone-core todo items (that I may like to PLIP/implement)
Plone 3.3 Site Administration
Plone 2.1 Buildout
This is a follow up to my ‘Getting Excited about Plone as Eggs’ post.
Via Toronto Plone Users Group
Review all the chapters
This is a follow-up to Martin Aspeli’s introduction to repoze and Plone from last year
python setup.py upload -r plone.org
Because I was there once too
Updated for 4.x
A project to jump start my return to Plone development.
Upgrade to Plone 3 before the conference
Now even easier to use Supervisor
Join 300-400 of your closest friends for a 7-day party
For some themed location /foo/bar, you want “bar” and everything below it to look different than “foo”.
This is a reiteration of Carlos de la Guardia’s recent post on the subject.
Because plone.org should run the latest Plone
Another high-profile Plone site
Promote tap water over bottled water
How to handle difficult old-style add-ons.
A commitment to the 10% Plone Manifesto.
Sponsor my trip to the Plone “DocComm” Sprint in California