Actually, I should probably go find the "correct" mailing list, but
since you guys wrote Lineage I might just ask here first.
Like all programmers I've ended up running and hosting a small
spattering of websites for friends and nonprofits I volunteer at, and
until now I've used wordpress as a content management system but am
trying to find something else since I want to write more plugins but
it's so painful doing it in php. I looked at zine a while back, but it
was wan't very satisfying.
I used to be afraid of trying to use Plone because of the system
requirements, but after looking at the release notes for 4 with the
performance improvements and storing blobs outside the DB, I feel better
about running it on an entry level Linode slice. I've been trying to
find documentation on plone.org for using a single plone instance to
serve multiple domain names with something like Apache or Njinx, and it
partially lead to the Lineage module.
Do you have any talks on that? Would you recommend it for this use
case, running a handful of separate small-to-medium websites on a single
On 09/28/[masked]:17 AM, Calvin Hendryx-Parker wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> I gave my talk from PyOhio on supervisord. You can find the video for
> the talk here:
> And the slides are here:
> Don't hesitate to ask me any questions about supervisor, I'd be happy
> to chat about it anytime.
> Steven Githens wrote:
>> I couldn't make it this month. Any thing interesting pop up at the
>> meeting this week? tooklits, libraries, stuff? What did folks talk
>> On 08/31/[masked]:56 AM, clayton wrote:
>>> On Aug 27, 2010, at 11:44 AM, Steven Githens wrote:
>>>> Can we use this list for chatting about python and asking questions?
>>>> Or is meant to be low traffic for meeting announcements?
>>> I'm fine with the list being used for more than just announcements. If
>>> there gets to be too much volume, we can always create a specific list
>>> for IndyPy discussion vs announcements.
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