Sydney Python Meetup Feb
Why its better than your CMS
How sites are built
Backend Developer (plugins)
Themer
Integrator
Content Editor
Administrator
Simple Blog Simple CMS e.g. wordpressYour Team                 Off the shelf
CMS ShopClient Team      Your Team   Off the shelf
Intranet/ECMSYour Team        Off the shelf
CMSaaS (e.g.  ploud.com/squarespace)                    SaaS providerYou team
Startup/App      e.g. Django/pyramidYour Team                 Off the shelf
Dylans Law of Frameworks“The bigger the framework, the bigger thelearning curve, the greater the inflexibility...        b...
Plone is easy to use
DEMOhttp://ploud.nethttp://plone.org/products/plonetheme.earthlingtwo
Plone vs. …
Who uses Plone?
Intranets
Plone is Fast
Chameleon
Easy to cache
Is it secure?
Plone Security Record (3Y)http://plone.org/products/plone/security
@LulzSec  VS.
LulzSec targeted                Hacked...DDoS                Wordpress sub-site
Easy Theming
Diazo
Diazoe.g. <replace css:theme="#content”     css:content=”#plone-content">
Easy Codefrom five import grokfrom Products.CMFDefault.interfaces importIDocumentclass HelloWorld(grok.View):   grok.conte...
True Open Development
How do I get a Plone site?
Self Host
Commercial Service Providers
SaaS
Why Python?
Python …Fast to writeEasy to maintainRuns on anythingCan be optimised with CConnects to anythingSecurePopular…
Where’s the database?
Zope Object Databasestorage = FileStorage.FileStorage(’db.fs) new User instance                                 # Createdb...
ZODB makes complex structures easyhttp://david.wglick.org/2009/visualizing-the-zodb-with-graphviz
What’s the future of Plone?
CMSUI & Deco
How do I get support?
contact@pretaweb.com http://www.pretaweb.com                      Dylan Jay
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  • note, plone is one of the only single software solutions that crosses three areas of functionality
  • If plone is so good, why not more popular? Public sites vs intranets. Hosting.
  • Not owned by one company, trade mark controlled by the Plone Foundation. Plone can never be bought out or shut down so users can never be stranded. STA - 1 million uniques a month
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    1. 1. Sydney Python Meetup Feb
    2. 2. Why its better than your CMS
    3. 3. How sites are built
    4. 4. Backend Developer (plugins)
    5. 5. Themer
    6. 6. Integrator
    7. 7. Content Editor
    8. 8. Administrator
    9. 9. Simple Blog Simple CMS e.g. wordpressYour Team Off the shelf
    10. 10. CMS ShopClient Team Your Team Off the shelf
    11. 11. Intranet/ECMSYour Team Off the shelf
    12. 12. CMSaaS (e.g. ploud.com/squarespace) SaaS providerYou team
    13. 13. Startup/App e.g. Django/pyramidYour Team Off the shelf
    14. 14. Dylans Law of Frameworks“The bigger the framework, the bigger thelearning curve, the greater the inflexibility... but the bigger the chance you can usesomeone else code”
    15. 15. Plone is easy to use
    16. 16. DEMOhttp://ploud.nethttp://plone.org/products/plonetheme.earthlingtwo
    17. 17. Plone vs. …
    18. 18. Who uses Plone?
    19. 19. Intranets
    20. 20. Plone is Fast
    21. 21. Chameleon
    22. 22. Easy to cache
    23. 23. Is it secure?
    24. 24. Plone Security Record (3Y)http://plone.org/products/plone/security
    25. 25. @LulzSec VS.
    26. 26. LulzSec targeted Hacked...DDoS Wordpress sub-site
    27. 27. Easy Theming
    28. 28. Diazo
    29. 29. Diazoe.g. <replace css:theme="#content” css:content=”#plone-content">
    30. 30. Easy Codefrom five import grokfrom Products.CMFDefault.interfaces importIDocumentclass HelloWorld(grok.View): grok.context(IDocument) grok.requires(zope2.View) grok.name(hello-world)http://plone.org/products/dexterity/documentation/manual/five.grok
    31. 31. True Open Development
    32. 32. How do I get a Plone site?
    33. 33. Self Host
    34. 34. Commercial Service Providers
    35. 35. SaaS
    36. 36. Why Python?
    37. 37. Python …Fast to writeEasy to maintainRuns on anythingCan be optimised with CConnects to anythingSecurePopular…
    38. 38. Where’s the database?
    39. 39. Zope Object Databasestorage = FileStorage.FileStorage(’db.fs) new User instance # Createdb = DB(storage) newuser = User()conn = db.open() # Add whatever attributes you want to track class User(Persistent): newuser.id = amk pass newuser.first_name = Andrew ; newuser.last_name = Ku ...dbroot = conn.root() # Add object to the BTree, keyed on the ID# Ensure that a userdb key is present userdb[newuser.id] = newuser# in the rootif not dbroot.has_key(userdb): # Commit the change from BTrees.OOBTree import OOBTree transaction.commit() dbroot[userdb] = OOBTree()userdb = dbroot[userdb]
    40. 40. ZODB makes complex structures easyhttp://david.wglick.org/2009/visualizing-the-zodb-with-graphviz
    41. 41. What’s the future of Plone?
    42. 42. CMSUI & Deco
    43. 43. How do I get support?
    44. 44. contact@pretaweb.com http://www.pretaweb.com Dylan Jay
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