On 7/6/09 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).

Awesome!  Thanks for showing it off... Like Reed, I'd also love to see the 

- C

> 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
> Tim
> 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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