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Aug 20, 2006 Sean Kelly
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How to use the Plone content management system to edit both images and text on a portal, screecast-style. Demonstrates Plone's built-in image manipulation as well as rich text editing capabilities.
Topics: Plone, python, CMS, screencast, editing, images, text
Computers & Technology
Jul 9, 2006 Sean Kelly
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This audio/visual presentation teaches the basics of logging in and adding content to a Plone web site. It's intended to be one of a series of videos assisting first-time users and those considering Plone as a content management solution. The QuickTime version uses the H.264 codec and plays back with either Apple QuickTime (Mac OS X and Windows) or VLC (many platforms). The DivX version plays back with VLC (many platforms). Other players may work as well.
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Topics: plone, python, CMS, screencast, screencast, python, content
Community Video
Jul 4, 2006 Sean Kelly
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A taste of the Python programming language's concision and elegance from someone who once suffered an addiction to the Java programming language.
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Topics: Python, Java, Screencast
Community Video
May 9, 2006 Sean Kelly
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A screencast showing how to install Plone and other components and a demonstration on creating custom content types for Plone. Note that I made an error in the presentation: I said "aggregation" when I should've said "composition" when drawing the relationship between "TimeLog" and "TimeEntry" classes. The QuickTime format file uses the H.264 codec, yet it's viewable with VLC (www.videolan.org) for those without access the QuickTime Player or equivalent.
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Topics: web, python, zope, plone, UML, object, publishing, ArchGenXML, ArgoUML