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collective.documentviewer with redis backed celery tasks on Plone 4 and 5

collective.documentviewer integrates the Document cloud document viewer into Plone to provide a nice preview of files, including search, first-page-screenshots and many other features. In this post we will explain how to setup collective.documentviewer to use celery based tasks to convert the documents.

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zest.releaser and some add-ons

For some time we have been using a release_egg.sh script found in some plone svn repository (currently unreachable) to do proper egg releases, bump the egg version and upload them to pypi or our custom repository. But now we are moving to use zest.releaser for both public and private eggs. We have written two add-ons for it to ease our move from our previous hand-made-scripts.

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Presenting Buildout at PySS 14

Buildout is a tool we use in all of the development and deployments of our applications, and we have given a talk about it at PySS 14.

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World Plone Day 2014: manufacturing internationalization strategy

World Plone Day was last wednesday, april the 30th, and as in previous occasions, we did celebrate it at CodeSyntax's offices, with some customers and Plone users of the Basque Country.

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Finally found a way to deploy a Plone site statically

Until now converting Plone into a bunch of HTML, CSS and JS files was a work to be done with wget or curl. You can now use stxnext.staticdeployment product, a handy product to convert your Plone site into static files. And even works with Dexterity. The "Plone Big Green Button" as described by Martin Aspeli, is a reality.

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Sprinting on Plone at the Wine and Beer Sprint in Munich

From January 24 to 27, I've come to Munich (Germany) to participate in the Plone Wine and Beer Sprint, organized simultaneously in Cape Town (South Africa) and Munich.

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Highlights of PloneConf 2012 in Arnhem

Highlights of PloneConf 2012 in Arnhem

Back from the Plone Conference, here there are, the highlights of the 2012 meeting in Arnhem. Pyramid the framework, the advancement of Deco, tools for building strong frontpages for Plone websites, and the always interesting lightning talks.

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Ready for Ploneconf 2012 in Arnhem

Ready for Ploneconf 2012 in Arnhem

CodeSyntax will be at this year's Plone Conference. It's the 6th annual meeting that we attend, after the Ploneconf's in Napoli, Washington, Budapest, Bristol and last year's at San Francisco. The 2012 Ploneconf will be held at Arnhem, the Netherlands.

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Twitter and Facebook based login for Plone

We have been working on a Twitter and Facebook based login in Plone for a project that will be published in the coming weeks. Today we have released the first beta version of both products.

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The CMS that customers love: World Plone Day 2012

The CMS that customers love: World Plone Day 2012

Yesterday, we hosted the World Plone Day 2012 in our offices, one of many events around the world to celebrate our favorite open source CMS. In this Basque Country meeting, users of Plone, webmasters of institutions that have Plone-powered sites, explained their experience.

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World Plone Day in our office: Plone as experienced by our customers

World Plone Day in our office: Plone as experienced by our customers

World Plone Day will be on April 25th and, as in previous years, we will join the community effort trying to promote this great piece of free software, Plone, the leading open source CMS. Three customers of CodeSyntax, all of them with websites of international scope, will give first-hand accounts of their experiences with Plone.

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Ulma Packaging, 12 sites, 8 languages: international website deployment with Plone

Ulma Packaging, 12 sites, 8 languages: international website deployment with Plone

Over the last months we have been displaying a series of websites for a local customer: Ulma Packaging. They're a cooperative industrial company building machinery to package food and other goods. They export and sell in several countries, so they needed a solid international web deployment, and that's what we've built for them.

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DonEdukia: Pages and Folders

DonEdukia is a new Plone object type. It's basically a container page. It works like a standard Page in Plone, but it's folderish, so we can put objects inside. It's a great object to build easily big content trees.

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Plone Conference 2010: Open Spaces and Lightning talks

Yesterday I didn't managed to get wifi work in my hotel in London (yes I missed the sprints and got 3 days to visit London), so here is my summary of the Open Spaces and the last session of the lightning talks.

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Plone Conference 2010: first 2 days

This blog post wants to be a summary of some talks I have attended at Plone Conference 2010

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Plone Conference 2010 from 26/10 to 29/10 in Bristol

Every year the Plone Conference is organized in early autumn. This year, world Plonistas will meet in Bristol

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Geo openspace

A quick write-up of the geo-open space session held at Plone Conference

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Grok openspace at Plone Conference

Godefroi Chappelle and XX (sorry I missed your name) presented the way of using Grok in Plone 3

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Plone Conference 2009 - Budapest

From October 28th to 30th, the 2009 edition of Plone Conference is being held in Budapest and there is CodeSyntax!

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PloneGov growing in the Basque Country

PloneGov is an international initiative with the goal of getting a powerful on-line eGovernment tool. Most eGovernement needs and requirements are similar and PloneGov wants to satisfy them in a effective and efficient way thanks to its open source project. CodeSyntax is part of PloneGov thanks to its UdalPlone initiative.

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Using collective.captcha in custom forms

collective.captcha provides a simple way to create and verify captcha image and sounds to protect your forms from spambots.

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I can't reorder elements in a Plone folder!

Recently I had a problem in a website we are currently developing to reorder some custom content-types in Plone folder.

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Welcome Plone Conference 2008

We landed in the USA yesterday afternoon, after a long-long trip from Eibar. Now we are waiting for the afternoon talks to be started. Welcome !

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