Chris Calloway | 18 Apr 16:35 2005
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Re: April meeting

Chris Calloway wrote:
> Tom Bryan: I will post at zope.org if we have Delta.

Meeting notices:

http://www.zope.org/Members/cbc/trizpug-apr2005-meeting/
http://trizpug.org/meetings/

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Chris Calloway
http://www.seacoos.org
office: 17-6 Venable Hall   phone: (919) 962-4323
mail: Campus Box #3300, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Chris Calloway | 18 Apr 23:59 2005
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Re: Plone: has anybody seen this one?

Chris Calloway wrote:
> I created a group caled Investigators. I created a role call 
> Investigator. I gave the role to the group. I put members in the group. 
> When I go to the Members tab as a manager and search for all members 
> with the role of Investigatos, no results are returned. What gives?
> 
> Searching for Members, Reviewers, Managers, and Owners works as 
> expected. But these are all out of the box roles. Is there something I 
> need to do to make a user defined role searchable?

I found this is a problem with CMFMember (it works fine on sites without 
CMFMember) and filed a bug:

http://plone.org/development/teams/developer/groups/issues/173

I also tried the CMFMember 1.0.1 bug-fix release, that fixes something 
to do with MembershipTool.searchForMembers() "causing the Plone's local 
roles form to break." But it didn't fix this particular 
search/role/member bug.

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Chris Calloway
http://www.seacoos.org
office: 17-6 Venable Hall   phone: (919) 962-4323
mail: Campus Box #3300, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Geoff Davis | 19 Apr 17:32 2005
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Plone work

Hi all--

I've got some folks at a nonprofit who are looking for occasional
support for their Plone site.  Does anybody know a good person I can put
them in touch with?

Geoff
Chris Calloway | 19 Apr 21:29 2005
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Re: Plone work

Geoff Davis wrote:
> I've got some folks at a nonprofit who are looking for occasional
> support for their Plone site.  Does anybody know a good person I can put
> them in touch with?

What kind of support? Maybe put them in touch with TriZPUG for a group 
project if it's one that doesn't pay.

If it does pay, I'm sending you the contact info for a local ace Zopista 
who makes damn fine Plone sites (I've been bugging him to come to 
TriZPUG for awhile).

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Sincerely,

Chris Calloway
http://www.seacoos.org
office: 17-6 Venable Hall   phone: (919) 962-4323
mail: Campus Box #3300, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Lisa | 19 Apr 21:10 2005

RE: Plone work

I work for NetCorps, a nonprofit tech support org in Durham that supports
Plone.  We work exclusively with nonprofits and have an ever-growing list of
Plone clients.

Lisa

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Lisa Harris
Sr. Project Manager
lisa@...

NetCorps
www.netcorps.org
711 Iredell St.
Durham, NC 27707
p: 919-416-1513 x4
f:  919-287-2330
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From: triangle-zpug-bounces@...
[mailto:triangle-zpug-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Geoff Davis
Sent: Tuesday, April 19, 2005 11:32 AM
To: triangle-zpug@...
Subject: [triangle-zpug] Plone work

Hi all--

I've got some folks at a nonprofit who are looking for occasional
support for their Plone site.  Does anybody know a good person I can put
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Geoff Davis | 19 Apr 21:43 2005
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RE: Plone work

It's for pay, not for free.

Probably minor modifications to a custom CMFMember class they use, upgrades
to Plone and its products, plus help figuring out how they can better use
Plone.  I think somebody who could set them up with a few basic products and
help provide some basic training documents would be able to do them a lot of
good.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Calloway [mailto:cbc@...]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 19, 2005 3:29 PM
> To: geoffd@...; Mailing list for North Carolina (Research
> Triangle area) Zope/Python User Group
> Subject: Re: [triangle-zpug] Plone work
> 
> Geoff Davis wrote:
> > I've got some folks at a nonprofit who are looking for occasional
> > support for their Plone site.  Does anybody know a good person I can put
> > them in touch with?
> 
> What kind of support? Maybe put them in touch with TriZPUG for a group
> project if it's one that doesn't pay.
> 
> If it does pay, I'm sending you the contact info for a local ace Zopista
> who makes damn fine Plone sites (I've been bugging him to come to
> TriZPUG for awhile).
> 
> --
> Sincerely,
> 
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Rob Lineberger | 25 Apr 19:56 2005
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Python courses at UNC?

Are there any computer science or other courses at UNC that teach Python?  I
do better in a structured learning environment and I'd like to learn Python
properly.

Rob Lineberger
rob_lineberger@...
Chris Calloway | 25 Apr 21:18 2005
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Re: Python courses at UNC?

Rob Lineberger wrote:
> Are there any computer science or other courses at UNC that teach Python?  I
> do better in a structured learning environment and I'd like to learn Python
> properly.

COMP 144 (Programming Language Concepts) has devoted a few lectures to 
it in the past, but that depends on the instructor. Python is a 
scripting language, not something you devote an entire semester course 
to. In fact, CS doesn't really have *any* language courses per se. There 
are CS course on particular concepts. And then the class will have a 
language of implementation, which you usually have to learn on your own. 
Comp 144 course covers Python, Java, Perl, Prolog, and a bunch of other 
stuff in a *comparitive* fashion. It's only taught in the spring. It was 
cancelled this spring. If it meets enrollment, it may be taught next spring.

COMP 190/290 (Topics in CS: Enabling Technologies) has favored Python 
for course projects.

There was a UNC Computer Science Club seminar on Python last fall.

The guy in the CS department who seems to promote use of Python in 
course projects is Gary Bishop in Assistive Technologies. Maybe check 
with him. A student of his who blogs a lot about Python is Peter Parente.

Tom Zito in ITS blogged about some group on campus getting together to 
teach each other Python. They have some kind of site here: 
http://www.meekmok.com/pythonistas/ . I don't know any more about it. 
Ask Tom.

Python is also used this semester as part of GEOG 193 (GIS Programming). 
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Chris Calloway | 27 Apr 14:24 2005
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Re: April meeting

Don't forget, meeting tonight at NCSU:

> http://www.zope.org/Members/cbc/trizpug-apr2005-meeting/
> http://trizpug.org/meetings/

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Sincerely,

Chris Calloway
http://www.seacoos.org
office: 17-6 Venable Hall   phone: (919) 962-4323
mail: Campus Box #3300, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Tom Bryan | 28 Apr 04:01 2005
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Re: Python courses at UNC?

On Monday 25 April 2005 01:56 pm, Rob Lineberger wrote:
> Are there any computer science or other courses at UNC that teach Python? 
> I do better in a structured learning environment and I'd like to learn
> Python properly.

I don't know of any courses, but there was talk at/after the Plone Boot Camp 
about organizing a Python Boot Camp.  I'm not sure how much interest there is 
in such an event (an 8 hour/day, multi-day training course to learn Python).  
It's certainly within the bounds of the TriZPUG to help organize such an 
event, but I haven't really heard anyone talking/thinking about it since 
January.

---Tom

Gmane