Karl Johan Kleist | 1 May 17:40 2011
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New trac report for WebDAV tickets?

Fellow Plonistas,

I've added the keyword "webdav" to all open tickets regarding the WebDAV
implementation in Plone. 

Would I be considered a bad citizen if I created a new report here:
https://dev.plone.org/plone/report ?

I'm asking, since this could indeed be considered as littering...--
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Plone Tests Summarizer | 3 May 13:57 2011
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Plone Tests: 6 OK

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Period Mon May  2 12:00:00 2011 UTC to Tue May  3 12:00:00 2011 UTC.
There were 6 messages: 1 from ATContentTypes Tests, 1 from Archetypes Tests, 1 from Plone Libraries Tests,
1 from Plone Products Tests, 2 from Plone Tests.

Tests passed OK
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Subject: OK : Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: Plone Products Tests
Date: Tue May  3 06:31:52 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016520.html

Subject: OK : Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: Plone Libraries Tests
Date: Tue May  3 06:36:52 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016521.html

Subject: OK : AT-1.5 Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: Archetypes Tests
Date: Tue May  3 06:43:08 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016522.html

Subject: OK : ATCT-1.3 Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: ATContentTypes Tests
Date: Tue May  3 06:49:36 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016523.html

Subject: OK (99 packages) : Plone-4.0 Zope-2.12 Python-2.6.5
From: Plone Tests
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Alec Mitchell | 4 May 04:06 2011
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A Few Good Plonistas Needed for the Plone Framework Team

Hello Fellow Plone Developers,

The Plone 4.x Framework Team could use a few new members to fill out
our current stable of Plone experts.  The Framework Team is
responsible for making decisions about new features and code quality
for future Plone releases.  We have recently adopted some new
procedures (http://dev.plone.org/plone/wiki/PlipProcess) which will
allow us to benefit from a slightly larger team.  To that end, we are
hunting for people interested in helping guide the future and guard
the quality of Plone.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining the team, please
send a nomination email to the framework team list
(Framework-Team@...).  Please include the name and email
of the nominee as well as a note detailing experience with Plone and
some reasons for wanting to join the team. It would be a good idea to
read the  Framework Team overview
(http://dev.plone.org/plone/wiki/FrameworkTeam)  and the PLIP Process
documentation (http://dev.plone.org/plone/wiki/PlipProcess) to get an
idea of the responsibilities that come with FWT membership.  The team
generally has a biweekly conference call, and all active members are
expected to participate.

Framework team members are expected to have made significant (code or
non-code) contributions to Plone, to be familiar with current Plone
code and/or UI best practices, to have plenty of experience with
buildout and to possess a tolerance for awkward silence during
conference calls ;-)  People with strong UI, accessibility and/or
internationalization experience are especially encouraged to apply.

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Alec Mitchell | 4 May 04:11 2011
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A Few Good Plonistas Needed for the Plone Framework Team

Hello Fellow Plone Developers,

The Plone 4.x Framework Team could use a few new members to fill out
our current stable of Plone experts.  The Framework Team is
responsible for making decisions about new features and code quality
for future Plone releases.  We have recently adopted some new
procedures (http://dev.plone.org/plone/wiki/PlipProcess) which will
allow us to benefit from a slightly larger team.  To that end, we are
hunting for people interested in helping guide the future and guard
the quality of Plone.

If you or someone you know is interested in joining the team, please
send a nomination email to the framework team list
(Framework-Team@...).  Please include the name and email
of the nominee as well as a note detailing experience with Plone and
some reasons for wanting to join the team. It would be a good idea to
read the  Framework Team overview
(http://dev.plone.org/plone/wiki/FrameworkTeam)  and the PLIP Process
documentation (http://dev.plone.org/plone/wiki/PlipProcess) to get an
idea of the responsibilities that come with FWT membership.  The team
generally has a biweekly conference call, and all active members are
expected to participate.

Framework team members are expected to have made significant (code or
non-code) contributions to Plone, to be familiar with current Plone
code and/or UI best practices, to have plenty of experience with
buildout and to possess a tolerance for awkward silence during
conference calls ;-)  People with strong UI, accessibility and/or
internationalization experience are especially encouraged to apply.

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Yuri | 4 May 11:13 2011
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Re: [Plone-Users] Plone org loosing layout when logging out

Il 29/04/2011 11:23, Yuri ha scritto:
> Il 29/04/2011 11:15, Yuri ha scritto:
>    
>> Il 29/04/2011 10:49, Luca Fabbri ha scritto:
>>
>>      
>>> On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 2:37 PM, Espen
Moe-Nilssen<espen@...>    wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>        
>>>> Hi
>>>>
>>>> I noticed that plone.org looses all styles (css) when logging out.
>>>> (I have to restart my browser)
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>          
>>> If you think this is a plone.org site problem, you must fill an
>>> official ticket at dev.plone.org:
>>> https://dev.plone.org/plone/newticket?component=Website
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>        
>> https://dev.plone.org/plone/ticket/9849 maybe? I don't know if it is in
>> 4.0.5
>>
>>      
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Matthew Wilkes | 4 May 11:25 2011

Re: [Plone-Users] Plone org loosing layout when logging out

> Can someone answer to this? We loose the skin once a week, now. Thank 
> you for any answer.

Come on Yuri, you know this isn't the right list.

Matt

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toutpt | 4 May 12:01 2011
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Changing portlet categories rendering order

Hi,

I guess this is common use cases:

* Create a portlet 'tools' for authenticated members
* Display a logo on every pages in a portlet

But plone portlets ordering by types is hard coded. I'm used to monkey
patching with like this:

def getPortlets(self):
    """Patch to change hard coded ordering
    """
    assignments = self._old_getPortlets()
    contexts = [p for p in assignments if p['category'] == 'context']
    groups = [p for p in assignments if p['category'] == 'group']
    types = [p for p in assignments if p['category'] == 'content_type']
    new_assignments = types + groups + contexts
    return new_assignments

I would like to make this configurable: adding a settings to store order we
want, and why not having the ability to change the order types by portlet
manager

{'leftcolumn':['types', 'groups', 'contexts'],
'rightcolumns':['groups', 'contexts', 'types']}

First does it make sens to add this to plone core ?

Next do I need to add it throw a plip ? (it is a very small change)
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Hanno Schlichting | 4 May 12:07 2011
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Re: Changing portlet categories rendering order

On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 12:01 PM, toutpt <toutpt@...> wrote:
> I would like to make this configurable: adding a settings to store order we
> want, and why not having the ability to change the order types by portlet
> manager
>
> {'leftcolumn':['types', 'groups', 'contexts'],
> 'rightcolumns':['groups', 'contexts', 'types']}
>
> First does it make sens to add this to plone core ?

This solves only part of the problem. You just as often end up wanting
to reorder portlets across categories with different ordering based on
the context. At least that case is solved by the
http://pypi.python.org/pypi/Solgema.PortletsManager add-on, by storing
a list of all portlets hashes on each portlet manager. The code isn't
quite ready for Plone core though.

> Next do I need to add it throw a plip ? (it is a very small change)

I think this needs to go through a PLIP to discuss the use-case and
how other similar use-cases tie into this. If we want to tackle this,
we should aim for a solution that solves most of them and not just one
aspect of it.

Hanno

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Plone Tests Summarizer | 4 May 13:57 2011
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Plone Tests: 6 OK

Summary of messages to the testbot list.
Period Tue May  3 12:00:00 2011 UTC to Wed May  4 12:00:00 2011 UTC.
There were 6 messages: 1 from ATContentTypes Tests, 1 from Archetypes Tests, 1 from Plone Libraries Tests,
1 from Plone Products Tests, 2 from Plone Tests.

Tests passed OK
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Subject: OK : Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: Plone Products Tests
Date: Wed May  4 06:31:29 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016526.html

Subject: OK : Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: Plone Libraries Tests
Date: Wed May  4 06:36:29 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016527.html

Subject: OK : AT-1.5 Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: Archetypes Tests
Date: Wed May  4 06:42:46 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016528.html

Subject: OK : ATCT-1.3 Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: ATContentTypes Tests
Date: Wed May  4 06:49:12 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016529.html

Subject: OK (99 packages) : Plone-4.0 Zope-2.12 Python-2.6.5
From: Plone Tests
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Plone Tests Summarizer | 5 May 13:57 2011
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Plone Tests: 6 OK

Summary of messages to the testbot list.
Period Wed May  4 12:00:00 2011 UTC to Thu May  5 12:00:00 2011 UTC.
There were 6 messages: 1 from ATContentTypes Tests, 1 from Archetypes Tests, 1 from Plone Libraries Tests,
1 from Plone Products Tests, 2 from Plone Tests.

Tests passed OK
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Subject: OK : Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: Plone Products Tests
Date: Thu May  5 06:31:28 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016532.html

Subject: OK : Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: Plone Libraries Tests
Date: Thu May  5 06:36:28 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016533.html

Subject: OK : AT-1.5 Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: Archetypes Tests
Date: Thu May  5 06:42:45 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016534.html

Subject: OK : ATCT-1.3 Plone-3.3 Zope-2.10 Python-2.4.6
From: ATContentTypes Tests
Date: Thu May  5 06:49:12 UTC 2011
URL: https://lists.plone.org/pipermail/testbot/2011-May/016535.html

Subject: OK (99 packages) : Plone-4.0 Zope-2.12 Python-2.6.5
From: Plone Tests
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