May 17, 2013
Era da un po' che su pypi non si vedevano aggiornamenti relativi alla gestione delle prenotazioni con Plone. Ora le acque si sono mosse ed ecco cosa è emerso
In questo articolo farò una breve analisi di questi tre prodotti:
presentati in rigoroso ordine di apparizione su pypi.
Mar 28, 2013
Tartarughe blogger alla riscossa: deliri, speranze e ambizioni di giovani scrittori si incontrano e scontrano (come Mirco e Licia) contro i mostri spaziali
Dopo aver ultimato il mio ultimo post, in cui facevo il bullo con dexterity, ho inviato ai temibili revisori del nostro blog una mail dal soggetto "Mi piacciono le bagigie".
Feb 25, 2013
The use case of adding container capabilities to content types is common in the Plone world. I show a nifty solution that applies to dexterity content types
This is a rather technical post, full of code. Faint of hearth you are advised!
Not all the content types are designed from the beginning with a container behaviour, a feature that can become a requirement in consequence of specification changes.
It happened also to me and in my case I had to deal with dexterity based content types. I started googling around and found this unresolved question on the dexterity mailing list.
Starting from the suggestions in the thread, I managed to find out a nifty solution that reveals some interesting aspects of the software we work with.
Jan 17, 2013
I was asked to install and configure a debian server to run a Plone site behind Microsoft Forefront TMG. Mission impossible? No... just a story to tell!
It was a dark and stormy night, me and the server, Loca, left all alone in a chilly room.
To let a linux server connect with Forefront I wanted to set up and run cntlm, which is a local proxy that authenticates to a Forefront gateway to allow internet traffic.
Nov 13, 2012
My first Plone conference is over and it was great! I boldly decided to present a talk and survived to this adventure. That's the story, morning glory!
A month passed since the Plone conference in Arnhem and a lot of posts hit the blogosphere announcing to the world the technical progresses of our beloved CMS.
Being that I am missing so much the moments shared in that wonderful city with the people I met at the conference, I decided to write a post not about the software, but about our amazing community and how I had fun and in presenting my talk at the conference.
During the summer I felt myself a bit daring by submitting a talk to the conference, but I was not caring so much... I was quite confident it would not be accepted!
Instead I had the first surprise: not only my talk was accepted but I even had much more positive feedback than expected!
Wow! I was gifted with the opportunity to share my experience on the Plone stage!