Promote tap water over bottled water ACLARK.NET, LLC is proud to announce http://www.takebackthetap.org. The following software was used to deploy this site: Plone 3.0.6 PloneFormGen 1.2.1 RedirectionTool 1.2 qSEOptimizer 1.0.1 webcouturier.dropdownmenu 1.1.2
How to handle difficult old-style add-ons. Sometimes an “old-style” add-on is distributed as foo.tar.gz and extracts to foo/, but the package is called bar. This can be a problem when using the plone.recipe.productdistros recipe because when bar is extracted to parts/productdistros/foo it will not work. Fortunately there is hexagonit.recipe.download, which allows you to specify the […]
Updated Zope User Group Information Today I updated http://www.zope.org/Resources/UserGroups. Most of the information came from Chris Calloway. Now it’s better than the old one and should be easier to maintain.
Plumbing Zope into the WSGI Pipeline As Paul Everitt recently mentioned, the dudes are back. Three self-described graybeards doing what they love: Zope. But this is not your father’s Zope. This is Repoze, which integrates Zope technologies with WSGI and reusable Python middleware. One of the dudes will be delivering the first of a two […]
Sponsor my trip to the Plone Doccom Sprint in California I’m travelling from Washington, DC, USA to Mountain View, CA, USA June 26 – 29 to participate in the 2007 Plone Doccomm Sprint. My main focus will be updating Plone’s online API documentation. If you are interested in seeing this done and would like to […]
I have decided to start a blog! Why? Because Plone allows me to do so. But also: I have been reading a lot of Plone blogs lately and they have inspired me to write my own. I want to interact with other Plonistas. I want to get my web 2.0 on. To that end, this […]