... is doomed to repeat it.
Tres Seaver and I will be making a presentation about Repoze (techology that allows you to use Zope components outside Zope and which allows Zope developers to use WSGI deployment technologies) in Atlanta on Thursday evening, Dec. 13.
I've spent a short bit of time analyzing the time spent in the Zope startup machinery with and without Plone 3 installed.
Paul Everitt presents on Deliverance at the ZPUG-DC group in Washington.
Show me someone who uses the word "surely..." to lead off an assertive sentence....
Lots of people express the sentiment that Apple's Leopard ships with a "nice Python setup". I use Leopard, and I'm sure it does come with a nice system Python, but I don't use it.
Thinking about how to improve setuptools' easy_install.
Many people want to break up their entire application into functionally decomposed pieces of WSGI middleware.
Zopecast (podcast) number 7 is out with Chris, Tres, and Paul. We talk about packaging, the Zope Foundation, Repoze, and some other stuff.
I'm sorry in advance for this, but we probably shouldn't paper over it.
I got a chance to try out AuthKit, which is a WSGI authentication and authorization system, in conjunction with other Repoze middleware.
I'll be presenting an introduction to Repoze at ZPUG-DC tonight.
Maintainable Software releases two plugins for supervisor: supervisor_twiddler and supervisor_cache.
After an upgrade to Leopard from Tiger on my Mac, Apple's Preview.app didn't work but I was able to fix it.
I don't take advantage of support until my computer breaks in a way that I can't fix it, which is just about never, unless it needs hardware.