Pixelworkers of CAES DO
I mean you just take a horse and gnarwhale....cmon!
Converting a subversion repository over to Github!
On our FreeBSD servers pkg_add was failing every time and this is how we fixed it
Okay, thanks to one awesome lady, Chrissy Wainwright, I have a new development theme running on our devel server, from git. Let's see how it all went down!
Buildout hates me. I have to accept it. It's just not meant to be.
Call me crazy, but sometimes I like using collection portlets for events (i.e. events of a certain category) or event-type-clones.
Recap from the West Coast Plone Cioppino Sprint, a.k.a lessons learned over a counter of mutilated crab carcasses.
You can ignore this, I'm just gonna putz around my personal server and see if I can't upgrade a few 3.1.7 websites to plone 4.0.2... (Spoiler alert: migration FAIL.)
Following us through an average day on the job in CRU
Users can not save changes when using Plone 2.5, Kupu 1.3.9 and Firefox 3.6
A short blog of my first quarter interning at CRU
West coast represent. Looks like there will be a Plone sprint coming up early this February
This jQuery solution from Marcofolio.com mimics the large header image slideshow from http://visitphilly.com
Our unit needed a sign for the door and instead of using Microsoft Word to create it, we had a one hour design sprint to create the perfect sign (or as close to prefect as possible).
Trish and I have been doing less blogging recently and more documentation for our knowledge base. I wanted to take a quick break and explain how we organized and how it has helped!
Collection portlets are a handy tool — they let you display a certain number of items from a collection in a portlet. We use them for things like specific news item feeds, Faculty Staff Directory profiles, etc. Here's a bit on how to customize them!
How we upgrade a Plone 2.5 site/server to Plone 3 while keeping the Plone 2.5 site/server online for a seamless transition
Cooking up a beautifully themed Plone site, that is! We gave a presentation on what we learned from the LA Plone Sprint over the summer, so here are our notes from that.