CLTV30: EuroPython 2007 – Harald Armin Massa about dbimport and py2exe (Lightning Talk)

August 1st, 2007

Harald Armin Massa, master of ceremony of the Lightning Talks explains how to extract a lightning talk from your regular talk and shows as an example the reduced version of his own talk about dbimport and py2exe.

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CLTV29: EuroPython 2007 – Matt Hamilton about Website Security Policy Testing (Lightning Talk)

August 1st, 2007

Matt Hamilton of Netsight talks about a client project in which they had to handle a very complex website security policy. He shows how they solved the problem if testing it.

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CLTV28: EuroPython 2007 – High Performance Zope3 with NGINX, Varnish and memcached

July 31st, 2007

Jodok Batlogg of Lovely Systems talks about how he optimized lovelybooks.de by changing the complety hosting setup from using Apache and Squid to using NGINX and Varnish as well as optimizing Zope settings.

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CLTV27: EuroPython 2007 – David Axmark about optimizing MySQL

July 30th, 2007

David Axmarks was another one of this year’s keynote speakers but instead of just giving his keynote he also gave a regular talk about how to optimize MySQL (which is also applicable to other databases).

David Axmark is one of the founders of MySQL.

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CLTV26: EuroPython 2007 – Simon Willison about OpenID (Keynote)

July 27th, 2007

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Simon Willison gave this year’s first keynote at the EuroPython 2007 in Vilnius, Lithuania. He did not talk that much about Python this time but instead about OpenID and how it might change how we use the web in the future. He was also encouraging esp. framework developers to include OpenID support in their frameworks (as a sidenote, Plone 3 will ship with OpenID support and just got the bounty from the OpenID foundation).

Links from the talk are as follows

MyOpenID, OpenID.com,openidenabled.com, Simon’s Blog, JanRain – developers of OpenID libraries

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CLTV25: Interview with Jorge Lima (aka. Eggy Lippmann in Second Life), long term resident and founder of betatechnologies.info

June 17th, 2007



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Jorge Lima is Second Life resident since the beta phase in 2003. He is known as Eggy Lippmann in-world. He is co-founder of the SL History Wiki, did quite a lot of projects and co-founded Beta Technologies last year which is a quite successful Second Life consulting company.

In this interview we talk about how it was in Second Life in the early days, how the future of it might look like and what impact Open Source might have. Back then when we did the interview, the Open Source client was not released and we were more expecting a time of August 2007 instead of January when it actually happened. Thus it’s interesting to hear now what we though back then about it.

CLTV24: Snow Sprint 2007: Godefroid Chapelle talks about using BuildBot for remotely testing KSS

February 12th, 2007

For those who don’t know what KSS is: It’s a generic AJAX framework for Plone but also for any other framework such as plain Zope 3 or (with some coding) even non-Zope sites.

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Snow Sprint 2007, BuildBot, Selenium RC, The KSS framework, , BubbleNet

recorded on Feb 2nd, 2007 at the Snow Sprint 2007, Sibratsgfäll, Austria.

CLTV23: Snow Sprint 2007 – Grok Presentation

February 11th, 2007

Zope 3 is a great system with lots of flexibility but if you want to start quickly you have a problem. grok is going to solve that in that it uses conventions instead of configuration and thus makes Zope3 as easy as e.g. Ruby on Rails. Philipp von Weitershausen explained on the Snow Sprint 2007 in Sibratsgfäll how grok works and who to start with it.

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Snow Sprint 2007, Zope, Grok at Launchpad

recorded on Jan 28th, 2007 at the Snow Sprint 2007, Sibratsgfäll, Austria.

CLTV22: Plone Conference 06 Lightning Talk: Duncan Booth about Kupu 1.4

February 10th, 2007

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Plone Conference, kupu

recorded on Oct 25th, 2006 at the Seattle Center

CLTV21: Plone Conference 06 Lightning Talk: Andreas Jung about unserding.de

January 23rd, 2007

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Plone Conference, ZOPYX, unserding.de

recorded on Oct 25th, 2006 at the Seattle Center