[EuroPython] Re: Accepted talks on Europython ( Zope-track )
ja at nuxeo.com
Mon May 10 04:05:33 EDT 2004
Heimo Laukkanen wrote:
> However I wish you understand that I make the calls based on perception
> on what people want to see and hear, and what will be good for the
> Yes there are two 60 minute Archetypes talks since that project is very
> popular, interesting and at the same time also filled with questions.
> To have the possibility to get the main architect and person who has
> contributed a lot of new features to the HEAD to do talks is about
> creating good conference program, not about being unfair.
Same thing for a lot of zope based projects.
> Looking at Zope track there are four talks that mention Plone in their
> Ship intranet applications with Plone
> Past, present and future of Plone.
> Link management in Zope/Plone.
> Organizing Zope and Plone.
> Two of those talks are not Plone-specific ( link management and
> Organizing zope & plone ) - but have something also relating to Plone.
> Christian Theune's talk about link management in Zope/Plone - will
> cover issues of threading etc. that they had to solve during
> development of CMFLinkChecker. And naturally Paul will be spinning some
> organisational opensource magic into the crowd - and use Plone as an
> At the same time there are also three CPS-specific talks:
> PyPackage.org and the EDOS project
> CPS: past, present, future (II)
This is 3 CPS *RELATED* talks.
but... this is zero (0) CPS (specific) technical talk.
Especially, this year CPS changed a lot and a lot of work has been done
around it with a major release of CPS (3). We really thought it was a
good occasion to present the work done to the community.
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