Zope Weekly News for September 19, 2000Sep 20, 2000, 06:19 (0 Talkback[s])
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In this week's ZWN, make Zope your career, take Zope classes, read about security, get Zope 2.2.2, all while tracking HiperDOM, WikiNG, Sessions, and the continued evolution of Zope.org.
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And Now For Something Completely Different:
Get Paid for Doing Zope
In the very near future, a Fortune 100 media company will launch a new web initiative for which Zope is the content management platform. Digital Creations has been working closely with the company on the architecture for the project.
With the initial success, the company wants to augment its internal Zope technical staffing. The job opening is for someone with strong Zope/Python skills, preferably on Linux. Background in web design, information architectures, and project management are beneficial.
The vision for this project is quite exciting indeed. If any of you are interested in a prime-time Zope position in New York City, contact Paul and he'll pass along your contact information.
More Training & Education Coming
Kaivo, in partnership with Digital Creations, is expanding and enhancing the training courses availiable for Zope. Get all the jucy details from the press release
Chris McDonough has been hard at work on a security chapter for the product developer's guide. It will give a comprehensive overview of Zope's security features and details the ins and outs of making your product secure: Currently, it gives and overview and covers Python Products, with ZClass Products in the works.
Take a preview look and send him feedback.
Zope 2.2.2 released, planning for Zope 2.3
Last week I worked on weaving in feedback to the draft of the first deliverable for the "new security assertions" project, the Zope Security for Developers guide. The window of opportunity for having your say in this is closing soon, so be sure to check out the draft
Several spirited discussion have been going on (on both the zope-dev list and dev.zope.org) regarding the HiperDOM proposal and the WikiNG proposal. Both of these are still very much in the "big picture" phase of figuring out what they mean.
The fleshing out of
I also started on the task list for the next "planned feature release" of Zope. We need to figure out how to best expose the work for a particular release on dev.zope.org (a project?, a dedicated "next release" area?)
This week we'll get the information for the next Zope feature release up on dev.zope.org. We've also made a Zope 2.2.2 release. This is a minor update, most consisting of fixes to support ZEO deployment. I also hope to (finally!) finalize the Zope Security for Developers document (implementing it is currently on the 2.3 list).
Community Development of Zope.org
Maik Roeder, Rik Hoekstra, and Tom Deprez (all of ZDP fame) have volunteered to help redevelop the Documentation section of Zope.org!
Tim Cook deserves kudos for his work on categorizing all the How-To's for topic oriented access.
ZEO Smells Good
Only a few short weeks in the intense heat of the Zope.org oven, coupled with the tender ministrations of Jim Fulton, and ZEO is getting pleasantly baked.
We're in the process of preparing some boxes to give Zope.org a replicated home, where ZEO is in full play and multiple Zope clients answer requests. The boxen and connection are being provided by VA Linux Systems, with load balancing and failover design being provided by baymountain.
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