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With thousands of volunteers taking and teaching courses, climbing peaks, and donating time and money for environmental advocacy and youth programs, The Mountaineers needed a way to recognize their members’ contributions and skill levels. To let them do this, we created a badge system for their Plone website...
Let's pretend you've got a website featuring press releases about science and technology. You'd like to let your visitors submit their own press releases without having a site login. You're in luck! In this article, we'll cover two ways to achieve this task using PloneFormGen.
In this post, I will try to explain how we put a new Plone site into production in our organization (IMIO, Belgium). For this process, we used some softwares as Puppet, Jenkins, but the process we use should be agnostic from these softwares.
Over the past few months here at Six Feet Up I have noticed an increasing need to demonstrate the usefulness and efficiency of Python command line tools.
Between the combination of security leaks by the sites you visit and brute-force attacks, keeping the bad guys out of accounts has become increasingly difficult. One way to limit your exposure to the bad guys is to use Two Factor Authentication (TFA) on your accounts.
With the power of boot, it’s possible to go from “never used java before” to budding Clojure-ist cranking out jars like a pickle factory in record time. This post walks you through the process, and provides some post-‘hello world’ examples, with pointers to more information.
With Kotti CMS you don't have to fight against the framework: after one or two days you'll love it and you will be productive.
Yes, as expected, you can install Kotti CMS also on Windows if you have this constraint!
Last week I wrote about my macbook pro and its screen that suddenly stayed black after waking it from sleep. Including instructions on how to fix it. I now have improved instructions...
To change ownership of a single object, you can just append “/ownership_form” to the end of the URL and choose the ID of the new owner.
We have published the talk "Advanced Database Programming", discussing topics relevant for designing complex database systems in Python.
The following text is in German, since we're announcing a regional user group meeting in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Sprint Reports & Conference Summaries
We have finished producing 34 new videos of the Python Meeting Düsseldorf for the PyDDF YouTube channel.
This is a report on what I did at the Plone Alpine City Sprint organized by Jens Klein and Christina Baumgartner in Innsbruck between 21 and 26 January 2015.
We explain what Local SEO is and how it can be implemented in your company.
For setting up an online store, there are many offers on the market, such as Gambio, xt-commerce or Magento.
4 Critical Tools for Web Analytics & SEO
Google Analytics is the place to start
What is Content Marketing and how can I use this for my business?
Agile methodology and collaboration with the customer applied to the redesign of the site of the city of Modena. Best practices for good results in fast times.
Congratulations to YES! Magazine on the launch of their redesigned website! This award winning, ad-free, non-profit online (and print) magazine for progressive thinkers runs on Plone, our favorite CMS.
Congratulations! Your project just got signed! Budget, scope of work, and development time-frame have been approved. Now only one question remains, how soon will it take for you to see progress?
Not to get lost in the sea of possibilities implementative and always choose the right way, just follow the guidelines that the community (finally) gives us.
I am pleased to announce that the XML Director project has now its own polished website with updated information about the project, scope of the project and development information.
Trying to use Docker for production for several week finally ended in the decision to let Docker for the moment.
Docker is broken right now in many ways.
The beginning of the year is the time for the "Python meme". This is the second time I am partecipating to this "game". Let's enjoy the #2015pythonmeme!
I’m a programmer. Which means it is not always clear when I’m working. What I mean is that, if I’m sitting behind my screen, I might be reading an article about postgres performance improvements, but I might also be reading the news.
I edit all my code with emacs. Since 1996 or so. And all blog entries. And all...
After a series of Django gigs in 2014, I had the urge to redevelop our company website in Django; I am very happy with the results. This overview is roughly in order of development from start to finish. And since I am a "packaging guy", I will take this opportunity to comment on miscellaneous packaging issues too.