[sword-devel] Users are here. Re: Sword on Plone
djortley at gmail.com
Wed Jan 23 18:51:09 MST 2008
Well, the reason I ask is that I am currently a *semi* Plone developer.
I'm not very good at it, but I'm learning. I have some future plans in
that area and I already have some low level success providing the Sword
API to the internals of Plone. I asked my question to flush out any
For those following along, Plone is a CMS written on top of Zope. Its a
web server written in Python built on top of an object oriented
database. Lots of goodies and neat stuff, though a bit unwieldy at times.
avolunteer DrStovallFoundation wrote:
> Users of Plone include Google, eBay, NASA, Lufthansa, Government of Hawaii,
> Novell, and the CIA. Unlike C++, Plone allows content producers to be
> separated from all of the nasty internals that are expected of managers.
> Therefore content producers can assist with Sword development about as
> easy as writing a blog. Sword on Plone would enable many more people
> to feel a sense of ownership and be motivated to contribute to Sword
> content rather than hitting the fustration which results from the attitude
> of everyone should just learn C++ if you want to become a developer.
> I am very interested. I only used Plone for a short time years ago. Plone
> has since made many improvements. So I really do not qualify as a Plone
> person at the moment. But I am ready to take it up again if someone with
> C++ skills is willing to help make content with morph and Strong's
> available to Plone.
> a volunteer - The Dr. Stovall Foundation
> --- DJ Ortley <djortley at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Any Plone people out there?
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