Re: New www.gnome.org: Plone people needed
- From: "david convent" <davconvent gmail com>
- To: gnome-web-list <gnome-web-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: New www.gnome.org: Plone people needed
- Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2007 23:30:04 +0100
I can help you. For that I need a committer account on the svn repos.
Yes, buildout is the best way to build a reproductible install setup :-)
2007/12/4, Murray Cumming <murrayc murrayc com>:
> ** Status:
> The Plone stuff is now in GNOME's svn:
> We also have a backup of the database with the content (Zope format):
> Ramon says "you can put it in buildout/var/filestorage/ folder and it
> will use it when you start zope" - see the README for more about that.
> However, the svn is not quite in the desired structure and the
> "buildout" system probably needs some work. See the README for hints
> from Ramon:
> I had hoped that Ramon could get those done so we would be more ready
> for other people to contribute but that's obviously not going to happen.
> He is now busy with his PhD and can't help us much more. I'm posting
> this after talking to him.
> So we need some Plone people who can do this for us. I personally have
> no experience of Plone so I wouldn't trust me to do it even if I taught
> myself about Plone. I'll blog this as well so more people see it.
> ** What to do:
> The first aim should be to make it possible for anyone to install it
> locally to test it. That includes instructions (hopefully simple) so
> that even I could deploy it and test it. I would like some reassurance
> that this "buildout" system is the best way to do that. Experienced
> Plone sysadmins should know the answer to that.
> Then I would like the Plone experts to generally check it over and point
> out anything that we could do better.
> Then we can deploy it as a beta on gnome.org, fix the last few bugs, and
> see if it's good enough.
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