Hi Chris

Thats awesome I think the docs story is getting really good for repoze
and I personally think repoze.bfg is a good solution on app engine.

For those interested here is the site (svfalf.appspot.com) that I have
been working on for the last few weeks. There is still new content
going in and there a still a tweaks to be done, it will be a week or
so before it replaces the original site (www.fishandlily.com.au).

But it is a repoze.bfg site running on google app engine.  I am using
zpt (metal macros), form generation is using io.formish (though you
won't get to see that stuff on the site) . Its basically a very simple
CMS that I  have put together (which I will clean up once we go live
for people to pull apart ;-).

The site isn't going to set the world on fire but it is dynamic (we
have a lot of water lily info that changes during the course of the
year which we don't want to have to edit all the time)
its for our small business (that is very non IT based).

See ya


On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 11:04 AM, Chris McDonough<chr...@plope.com> wrote:
> On 7/6/09 10:46 PM, Chris McDonough wrote:
>> We can always do a better job at documentation discoverability and
>> indexing and
>> searching and such, and we will over time.  Currently the only docs that
>> are
>> indexed on bfg.repoze.org are the actual BFG docs themselves, apologies.
>> That said, if I type in "repoze.bfg xmlrpc" to Google, the first link I
>> get is
>> the one that Reed pointed at.  If we just improved those docs to include
>> install
>> instructions, I think we'd be golden.
> So I've done just that (see http://docs.repoze.org/xmlrpc/) and made a new
> 0.3 release with the updated docs.
> - C
>> On 7/6/09 10:42 PM, Tim Hoffman wrote:
>>> Hi all
>>> Thanks guys, I thought I was going mad,
>>> All your responses made it look easy to find this info which worried
>>> me as I am big on rtfm
>>> so I went back to the site to try and find the xmlrpc doc and again
>>> couldn't find it.
>>> Here is what I did ( I tend to just enter repoze.bfg into google and
>>> click on links - I am lazy)
>>> so as a result of a google search
>>> I went to the http://bfg.repoze.org site (which is the 3rd link) and
>>> entered xmlrpc into search
>>> I only got one result about pastebin and xmlrpc which did suggest I
>>> was on the right track but didn't have the info or links to the info I
>>> needed.
>>> So then I went to the http://static.repoze.org/bfgdocs/ which is the
>>> first url listed in google
>>> for repoze.bfg
>>> I tried a search there and got nothing.
>>> The general link to docs on both main sites  of api's but xmlrpc and
>>> other stuff is also not listed there.
>>> Now it seems even if I get to docs.repoze.org from either of the two
>>> urls I used I won't be able to search successfuly for xmlrpc as it
>>> seems that search is limited to  a subsection, and unless I just enter
>>> the bare docs.repoze.org (which I didn't think of silly me ;-(  I
>>> won't find this stuff.
>>> I wonder if search scope could be increased to include all of the
>>> stuff under docs.repoze.org
>>> or possibly a link on the bfg.repoze.org home page or docs section
>>> that does link to root level docs.repoze.org saying other modules are
>>> available here
>>> I think this would help a lot trying to find stuff about the broader
>>> repoze.bfg ecosystem
>>> Thanks again for all your help
>>> Rgds
>>> Tim
>>> On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 10:00 AM, Chris McDonough<chr...@plope.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>> One thing that those docs don't really make clear is that this
>>>> functionality
>>>> comes from an add-on package:
>>>> easy_install -i http://dist.repoze.org/bfgsite/simple repoze.bfg.xmlrpc
>>>> - C
>>>> On 7/6/09 9:37 PM, Reed O'Brien wrote:
>>>>> On Jul 6, 2009, at 9:23 PM, Tim Hoffman wrote:
>>>>>> Hi
>>>>>> I seem to remember seeing on this list (or somewhere else on the net
>>>>>> ;-) an example of using zcml
>>>>>> to specify an xmlrpc  view  ( - probably not explaining it well here )
>>>>>> but the for the life of me
>>>>>> I can't find such a thing anywhere , I know I am not dreaming, I hope!
>>>>>> Can anyone point me in the right direction?
>>>>> Start here:
>>>>> http://docs.repoze.org/xmlrpc/
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