Or, "how I learned to stop worrying and love the open source project"
A real-world example of how not to design something (and how to fix it)
Some brand-spanking-new code
Buy it, will you?
I love this
Or: how 2,300 people can put 8m others in a bad mood
Experiences using Pylons
Warning: Not for the faint of heart
easy_install, zc.buildout, workingenv, setuptools, virtualenv... are we done yet?
Professional Plone Development should ship end of September!
Professional Plone Development is now shipping
Call me silly but ...
Not so much content, but the graphics are pretty
Or ... how it's hard to tell a single story in open source (the TTW debate continues)
A study in Web 2.0 greed, or social source, or both...
Back with a sore back but a faster Plone
Professional Plone Development hits the front page of slashdot. :)
A few things you may not know about portlets in Plone 3
Plone is one of the projects selected to take part in the Google Highly Opened Participation Context.
Pretty good news, I'd say :-)
Packt Publishing release a PDF e-book version of Professional Plone Development
A little donation goes a long way!
A tale from the future of Plone. To avoid any confusion: This article has nothing to do with the actual release now to be called Plone 4. It was written as a thought experiment to see how I'd like Plone to be in the future.
If the internet seems dead, it may just be your DNS
... to easily grep your packages
... and now for something complete different
It helps to know what you're doing!
Bring on the code completion
You must be having a laugh
Under the hood of the Plone 3 portlets machinery
A list of things we may want to do to simplify the portlets infrastructure and make it more useful.
Come to Washington and you may learn something new
We really want him there, trust me.
Two frameworks with silly names make great partners
Hot off the presses - a video/audio player for Plone
Come join the development effort
This one, to be precise, and it includes nginx, Varnish, load-balanced ZEO clients, log rotation and more goodness.
Thoughts on using Martian (Grok) and other tools to give Plone a more well-defined API.
(but please don't shoot me)
Getting a bit bored with the common complaints. This is a good thing.
It's the friendly workflow tool with the funny name
And a new product: collective.discussionplus
A few things you may not have known about the venerable portal_workflow tool
A multi-platform buildout for development and production deployment on Unix and Windows
Lots of small packages makes everyone happy
Google App Engine is the future of computing one day, perhaps. In the meantime, it's a lot of fun.
And an experiment with Google App Engine
Managing a Google Summer of Code 2009 project like a real project
Solutions for buildouts that misbehave after being left alone for a while and other egg version related issues
Finding out about Plone's competition
Over a year in the making, this is the first complete, integrator-friendly release of the Dexterity content type system.
It's evil, but in a good way
A new devleopment-and-production all-in-one buildout using Repoze, WSGI and Deliverance 0.3
Real-world suggestions for not losing your head.
New features and even better documentation
Some practical advice on package naming for Plone products
A new manual, which may teach you a think or two about Zope as well
Butler meets Chuck Norris
In defence of one of the great Python frameworks of the past decade.
A paradox exposed
Top five excuses for not contributing to open source, and why you need to get over it.
Some thoughts on what makes a small (software) business successful
The most important change in my working practices in recent months, making your life a little better
Your chance to shape an update to Professional Plone Development