This week in Zope Community the Zope.org community portal site
experienced growing pains. We had to take it down and release Zope
2.0.1 to correct a security problem. ‘Tis now available on
Loren Stafford submitted a “Breadcrumbs How-to” to the new Zope
Brad Clements attended Microsoft Windows 2000 Developer Day 99
and posted some ideas and concepts that could be applicable to
Jim Fulton announced changes checked into CVS that fixed our
security problem. Zope 2.0.1 is the current release.
Duncan Booth passed on his method for Editing Zope documents
with FTP using Epsilon.
Rik Hoekstra continued a discussion concerning wysiwyg front end
for Zope. Several others added their thoughts to the
Guido van Rossum reminded the list that papers are due September
30, 1999 for the next Python conference. The conference will be
held in our backyard in Alexandra, VA.
Alexander Staubo passed on Middleware discussion on InfoWorld
where Zope was mentioned.
Paul Everitt made several “Long Awaited Announcements” to the
list. The first is ZEO Zope Enterprise Option is now available.
Second, commercial support is now available from Digital
Creations. Details of the support are listed on the
Third, Zope training in Colorado Springs October 18-20 and the
possibility of a Zope track at the Python conference.
Finally, the last announcement Paul posted concerned Hadar
Pedhazur’s co-authoring a bulletin for IDC.
Rob Page updated the list about Digital Creations documentation
effort. Numerous How-To’s and guide upgrades are now available on
the new Zope community site.
Hugh Emberson has added a patch to allow “different operator
comparison” in SQL method. His information concerning is available
Until next week…