On Jul 6, 2009, at 11:13 PM, Tim Hoffman wrote:
> 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).
Looks great. I'd love to see your code, particularly the DB and
formish parts...or really all of it.
I should really read the appengine docs one day.
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