[Zope-Annce] Zope Weekly News for January 19th
Fri, 19 Jan 2001 08:33:56 -0500
Go to the Linux World Expo or EuroZopeCon,
Download Zope 2.3 now, WikisHereNow,
Get trained in Python and Zope,
and test Session Tracking in this imperative ZWN
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And Now For Something Completely Different:
If you are on the American continent, you must get a
"free exhibits-only pass",
and attend the Linux World Expo January
31st / February 2nd, New York.
If you are in Europe you must attend the "EuroZopeCon",
January 23 and 24, Amsterdam.
A *true* Zopatista would visit both.
Train for the Revolution
Zopatista! Are you getting skewered because some
PHB is making nervous-noises about Zope? Tell them
that they could take any of their employees, and
send them to kaivo to train in Python
with Mark Lutz, author of _Learning Python_:
Then the employee could learn "Zope Zen":
Finally, they could have that employee work on Zope for
*three years* -- or, for about the same price,
they could buy a shrink-wrapped content management system.
by Brian Lloyd
Zope 2.3 beta 2 release coming soon
Zope 2.3 beta 1 was released last week - so far there have been only
relatively minor issues. Beta 2 may come as early as Friday the 19th,
with fixes to the current known issues. We hope to get 2.3 finalized
by the 29 of January.
Action in the Fishbowl has still been pretty slow since the holidays.
High on the priority list after the 2.3 release is to pay some attention
to organizing the dev.zope.org site.
by Michel Pelletier
Amos is on vacation, gorging himself no-doubt on French Fries, French
Bread, and French Dressing. I love French cuisine.
Everything I'm working on is secret this week. Sorry. Some great book
news is on its way so stay tuned! I guess I should throw in at least
"one link":http://www.zope.org/Documentation to something quite useful.
--by Ethan Fremen
Track This Session!
You have to download and test "Core Session Tracking",
because the next generation Zope.org will depend on
Thanks to Andrew Kenneth Milton for pointing out that
SQL Methods were absent from the new Documentation page.
A big round of applause for Ken Manheimer, for not only
putting together WikiForNow but actually spending the time
to update all the wikis on zope.org. Edit a wiki today!