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  • Repoze Blog :)
    Sprinting at Pycon Aaron VanDerlip from Jazkarta has a nice blog entry on his PyCon experience including sprinting at the repoze bfg table on porting one of his TurboGears applications to BFG Thanks Aaron for the props on the documentation

    Original URL path: http://blog.repoze.org/Jazkarta%20Blog%3A%20%20Sprinting%20at%20Pycon/ (2016-01-08)
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    0 ATOM 1 0 2010 03 06 00 00 00 05 00 Zope de Reviews BFG Book Jan Ulrich Hasecke reviews the repoze bfg book via the Zope de website

    Original URL path: http://blog.repoze.org/Zope.de%20Reviews%20BFG%20Book/ (2016-01-08)
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    0 2010 03 05 00 00 00 05 00 Darryl Cousins Codes Live with BFG Darryl has put a screencast online of the demo session he is doing this evening at the Christchurch branch meeting of the New Zealand Python

    Original URL path: http://blog.repoze.org/Darryl%20Cousins%27%20Codes%20Live%20with%20BFG/ (2016-01-08)
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    2010 BFG talks online The PyCon 2010 audio video team has done a really bang up job getting the conference talks recorded edited and online quickly The two BFG relate talks are now available Tres Seaver s Evolving Your Framework

    Original URL path: http://blog.repoze.org/PyCon%202010%3A%20%20BFG%20talks%20online/ (2016-01-08)
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  • Repoze Blog :)
    application intended to run in the Google App Engine cloud They succeeded in indirecting the storage of the recipe entries with working backends based on the GAE Big Table API ZODB Mongo and an in memory nonpersistent storage Code for the project is available on bitbucket http bitbucket org sawdog bfgcookbook BFG without Z s Reed also worked on re doing the Mongo based URL shortener he wrote at last year s sprint this time using the Ming bindings He is working to have an example which uses none of the zope packaages in order to show how BFG can be used in a variety of ways Chris McDonough and Chris Rossi have been sprinting with the Pylons and TurboGears folks on a package code named Marco Marco moves some of the dispatching logic of BFG down into a package intended to be useful as the basis for a version of Pylons if it succeeds Pylons and BFG would become personality layers on top of the shared Marco library CMS Architecture Tres Seaver has been working on a CMS architecture which he has been mulling for a long while now code named Bonzai The architecture decouples asset repositories from the

    Original URL path: http://blog.repoze.org/PyCon%202010%3A%20%20repoze.bfg%20Sprinting/ (2016-01-08)
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  • Repoze Blog :)
    applications to WebFaction and talking with one of the WebFaction staff here at the PyCon 2010 sprints I sprinted today on creating an installer script for creating a BFG webapp inside a WebFaction account To use it in your WebFaction account create an application in the control panel using the Custom Installer Script option and paste the URL of the script into the form Once the installer finishes you will

    Original URL path: http://blog.repoze.org/Running%20BFG%201.2%20on%20Webfaction/ (2016-01-08)
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  • Repoze Blog :)
    to scale and extend In addition OSI was actively recruiting participation in KARL from other simliar organizations whose own unique requirements would have to be folded into the mix Over the course of six months a small team built the new version of KARL on top of the BFG framework which we were simultaneously extending and elaborating to support the needs of KARL During that period we made more than forty releases of BFG as well as releasing new versions of many supporting packages The 1 0 release of BFG followed shortly on the successful launch of KARL in May with subsequent versions continuing to be informed by the needs of OSI and the other KARL users This talk discusses the process of evolving the BFG framework with particular emphasis on learning from the changes to the assumptions made by the framework at its inception We discuss also the tradeoffs in the choice to include features in the framework versus leaving outside either in the application or in supporting libraries Finally the talk proposes some general lessons learned which should be useful to Python programmers building any sort of framework Talk Outline BFG s original motivation and design Overview of

    Original URL path: http://blog.repoze.org/PyCon%202010%20talk%3A%20Evolving%20Your%20Framework%20Under%20Fire/ (2016-01-08)
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  • Repoze Blog :)
    create a repoze bfg application ZCML is however still supported See the What s New in 1 2 document at http docs repoze org bfg 1 2 whatsnew 1 2 html for a detailed list of new features changes and backwards incompatibilities The docs at http docs repoze org bfg 1 2 have been updated Additionally a printed book which includes the documentation has been published see http bfg repoze

    Original URL path: http://blog.repoze.org/BFG%201.2%20Final%20Released/ (2016-01-08)
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