[triangle-zpug] Speakers for January Meeting
jdavep at gmail.com
Wed Jan 17 03:49:05 CET 2007
personally, i would love to see a whole meeting on design patterns in
general (although i am sure a whole evening could be spent on decorators
alone)...for those of us who lack more formal CS training i think it would
be pretty useful...(and probably a good conversation topic for the
experienced folks too)...
On 1/16/07, Chris Calloway <cbc at unc.edu> wrote:
> Jim Allman wrote:
> > - an AJAX-powered homepage based on Plone's quick-search, showing
> > filtered document results
> > - a corporate e-card site with email notification, Flash cards, private
> > editing, and a public domain for display
> > - using CMFEditions to auto-save versioned data, then showing its
> > evolution in a concise table using ZPT
> > - centralized user management across multiple Plone sites, using SSL and
> > the new AjaxProxy product
> > - using ClockServer to trigger periodic tasks in Zope without cron
> > - securing a Plone site with SSL, SessionCrumbler, and expiring sessions
> Holy crap! +1 to any of those! And I'll hold generators/decorators in
> the can until such time as we need a presentation (those are kind of the
> cliche topics for Python user groups anyway).
> Folks coming to UNCZPUG on the same day may still see the generators or
> decorators talk if there are no other presentations forthcoming.
> Good news: Cleveland, Chicago, and San Francisco are all planning PyCon
> 2008 bids.
> Other good news: TriZPUG helped start Houston ZPUG last week:
> and it was fun.
> Chris Calloway
> office: 332 Chapman Hall phone: (919) 962-4323
> mail: Campus Box #3300, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
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