Past Meetup

PyHUG September Seminar: BBS and Plone

This Meetup is past

21 people went

Details

You can reach us online at the python.tw mailing list https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/pythontw , or Freenode/#python.tw IRC channel.

All attendees will share the siting rent expense. We will collect the money at the beginning of each quarter, i.e., January, April, July, and October. The regular rate is NTD 400 per person per quarter. Since a student circle is helping on the siting, the student rate (high schoolers and undergraduates, but graduate students do not apply) is free.

Program

7:00pm-7:20pm Talk: “BBS Crawler for Taiwan” (buganini)
7:20pm-7:30pm Questions and Answers (buganini)
7:30pm-7:50pm Talk: “Plone -- Evolving Python CMS” (marr)
7:50pm-8:00pm Questions and Answers (marr)
8:00pm-9:00pm Free Discussion
9:00pm See You Next Time

Talk: BBS Crawler for Taiwan

Taiwanese BBS crawling involves non-standard charset/encoding and some complicated standards which are not trivial to be dealt with. Buganini will introduce some tools to solve these obstacles.

About the Speaker: Buganini

Buganini has spent much time in Chinese data processing, especially in charset/encoding converting and variants mapping. Most of his works can be found on github. He is currently a developer in Sixnology Inc.

Talk: Plone -- Evolving Python CMS

Plone is a long existing CMS (Content Management System) software in the Python world, and one of the most powerful. In short, a CMS runs a database storing contents that are added/edited by User/Group, managed via Workflow, and searchable with Index/Catalog. We will showcase Plone's existing features, demonstrating how it performs as a CMS product, also preview the coming technologies Plone will embrace.

About the Speaker: Marr

marr is an application developer and project manager in a wide variety of business applications. He is particularly interested in object-oriented script languages, content management systems, and web technology. marr is always interested in open source projects, as well as extreme programming methodology.