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Plone Symposium East 2009. Gossip and Innuendo. Training. Python for Plone (Chris Calloway) Best Practices for Plone Development (Joel Burton) Agile Workshop (Gerry Kirk) Developing using repoze.bfg (Paul Everitt, Tres Seaver, Chris McDonough) see notes. repoze.bfg.

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Plone symposium east 2009
Plone Symposium East 2009

  • Gossip and Innuendo


Training
Training

  • Python for Plone (Chris Calloway)

  • Best Practices for Plone Development (Joel Burton)

  • Agile Workshop (Gerry Kirk)

  • Developing using repoze.bfg (Paul Everitt, Tres Seaver, Chris McDonough)

  • see notes


Repoze bfg
repoze.bfg

  • Fast, minimal Zope-like coding framework

  • Add only what you need: ZODB, authentication, etc.

  • Origins: KARL project, http://karlproject.org

  • BFG wiki: 650 requests per second on my Air!


Day 1 skipped sessions
Day 1 skipped sessions

  • Buildout: Fostering Repeatability (Clayton Parker)

  • Rolling out Plone to a Campus: a Grass Roots Effort (T. Kim Nguyen)

  • Teaching Plone to senior citizens (Brian Davis)

  • see notes



Looking forward to plone 4 alexander limi
Looking forward to Plone 4 (Alexander Limi)

  • Plone 3.5 now known as 4.0, Q4 2009, Eric Steele release manager

  • Plone 4.0 now known as 5.0, mid 2010

  • 5.0: slimmer code base, Dexterity, no Archetypes, “tiles” user interface

  • see notes







Day 2 skipped sessions
Day 2 skipped sessions Ewing)

  • Understanding Plone 3 Viewlets (Chrissy Wainwright)

  • Follow that fish: A data sharing success story (Cris Ewing)

  • FacultyStaffDirectory at the National University of Mexico (Gildardo Bautista)

  • CV design case studies (Vladimir Melendez and Sergio Rajsbaum)

  • see notes


Day 2 skipped sessions cont d
Day 2 skipped sessions (cont’d) Ewing)

  • ContentMirror: content goes relational (Alan Runyan)

  • Crushing AGX: ZopeSkel and The Future of Product Development (Josh Johnson)

  • see notes








Birds of a feather
Birds of a Feather Aune)

  • https://weblion.psu.edu/trac/weblion/wiki/PloneSymposiumEast2009/Bofs


Sprints
Sprints Aune)

  • Deliverance & Banjo

  • https://weblion.psu.edu/trac/weblion/wiki/PloneSymposiumEast2009/Sprints#wsapi4ploneWebServicesAPIforPlone


Lightning talks
Lightning Talks Aune)

  • 5 minutes per person, during lunches

  • see notes


Impressions
Impressions Aune)

  • Facilities, execution, headaches

  • 125 attendees (vs 300 at October conference)

  • WebLion team, status

  • Six Feet Up, Kurt Bendl, Joel Burton


Cool tools
Cool Tools Aune)

  • Drinking the Mac kool-aid

  • TweetDeck, Twitter

  • EverNote

  • iPhones everywhere...made me sick

  • Amazon EC2 / Eucalyptus

  • Deliverance

  • Microsites / Lineage



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