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Rob Gietema is one of the CEOs of Four Digits and a Zope developer for eight years. Rob was responsible for creating the front-end including the WYSIWYG editor for Coherence 2 (a CMS based on Zope). At the moment Rob is a Plone developer and maintainer of the TinyMCE Editor Plone product and the Round About Plone product. He is also currently working on the new UI for Plone (Deco).
 

Living Statues Sprint 2010: The Results

by Rob Gietema — Sep 03, 2010 — 7 comments

The Living Statues Sprint 2010 is over during which a lot of progress has been made. We had a great time working on Deco, Tiles and Block and closed a total of 41(!) tickets!

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Living Statues Sprint 2010

by Rob Gietema — May 14, 2010 — 0 comments

Four Digits is proud to announce the Living Statues Sprint 2010, August 25 to 29 at the Four Digits Office in Arnhem, The Netherlands.

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Donating 10% of our time!

by Rob Gietema — May 03, 2010 — 3 comments

As of now every Four Digits employee should devote 10% of his or her time to improve Plone!

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Drag and Drop Image Uploading using Deco

by Rob Gietema — Nov 11, 2009 — 0 comments

In the new beta versions of Firefox 3.6 drag and drop support for uploading files is added, see what Deco can do with this functionality.

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Collections, Contentlistings and Search

by Rob Gietema — Aug 19, 2009 — 3 comments

A sprint at Jarn (Norway) to complete the remaining PLIP's related to collections, contentlistings and search.

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TinyMCE 1.1rc3 up for testing

by Rob Gietema — Aug 18, 2009 — 0 comments

A new release candidate of TinyMCE is released and available for testing, so start your testing engines...

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Deco on the European Plone Symposium in Sorrento

by Rob Gietema — May 17, 2009 — 1 comment

The European Plone Symposium 2009 on which a lot of attention has been given to Deco is almost over. Deco is the new page layout and rendering paradigm for Plone (most likely Plone 5).

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Why TinyMCE?

by Rob Gietema — Jun 03, 2008 — 0 comments

As some may have noticed we recently became maintainer of the TinyMCE product for Plone. The development of this product was put on halt after version 2.0.6 of TinyMCE by Jacob Smith (the previous maintainer) because at that time Kupu had all the features and stability to become the default Plone wysiwyg editor. Then why did we pick up the project you may ask? I'll tell you why.

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Made by Four Digits based on Plone.