The Plone Conference this year is being held in Bristol, UK. A short summary of the talks of the first day I've went to.
Installing products, testing them and uninstalling them afterwards is a common thing to do in Plone. However, removing the product (egg) from your buildout could lead in having some persistent objects in your ZODB which are broken. But how to remove them?
Sometimes, when you start your plone instance, just like any other day, you get an error message which make you think : hmmmm... what on earth is going on here?
This year the Plone Conference 2009 is in Budapest. Rob Gietema hosted two talks : TinyMCE, the new editor for Plone 4 and Deco, the new layout system for Plone 5.
A friend of mine, Daan Veldhuizen, is a volunteer at the Joint Operation Youth project in Sierra Leone. This project is aimed to to improve education in the villages on the countryside. Computers and internet are still a rare phenomenon in this region, so Daan went to Sierra Leone to teach the staff what you can do with a computer and how to use it. Improving UI is a 'hot topic' nowadays in the Plone world, so if you're interested how real novice users expierence the most simple tasks, read on :)
A EuroPython impression, taking place at the Birmingham conservatory, part III
A EuroPython impression, taking place at the Birmingham conservatory, part II
Four Digits is getting more and more involved into the Plone community, but what about the Python community? To find out, we decided to go to the EuroPython conference this year at the Birmingham conservatory.
Nowadays there are a lot of options how to setup your server configuration and a lot of choices which software to use. Virtual machines, data duplication, HA clusters, OS choice, what kind of servers : what is the best choice for a Plone and Zope hosting provider like us? After a week of investigation and testing we have found a setup which satisfies our needs.