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We (NIP - in the form of Chris Withers, Stephen Harrison, and Simon
Coles) have put some thought into the question of how to get emails
into Zope, and have come up with a design which we thought we'd pass
by the list before we start doing something.
The problem we are trying to solve
For reasons unknown we lost http connectivity to our Zope server three times
last night. I've checked the http logs and, as I suspected, didn't find
anything unusual around the time we lost connectivity. The Python processes
are still running and everything looks normal except for the
I think this is pretty much what we're intending to do. We haven't
decided about XML-RPC Vs ZClient. The aim is to get something
(anything) working, however hard coded, and then improve it.
"Kevin Dangoor" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Hmm... "takes the email message and puts it into
"Cary O'Brien" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
- pull mail from a POP or IMAP server. This had the downside that it
introduced polling into the system (slow) and also required something
to happen on a schedule, which doesn't happen in Zope yet.
Here I'd have to disagree. I
A few weeks ago we had a discussion on this list about a way of
getting mail into Zope. We've been doing some work in this, resulting
We've put a preview version of ZMailIn up on Zope.org, at
ZMailIn allows you to send an email into
We have binary files stored in Zope, for example Word documents (but
could be any of a variety of document types).
We would like to be able to index and search the contents of these
files using ZCatalog. So if a Word file contains the word "Fred",
then any search for "Fred" would include
During the EuroZope meeting I was taking notes for my own use, and a
couple of people asked if I would make them more widely available -
so here they are.
Because they were taken during the session (and I've got RSI :-) they
are bitty and may not make sense. They are also only a
We host zope using mutliple installations of zope.
Yes, that's what we do for our "Professional" Zope hosting.
For "FreeZope", you just get your own folder, and it lives under
http://freezope.nipltd.net/yourplace. We have a standard list of
products, and we don't allow people any more.
My experiences have been with BBEdit 5.x, has anyone tried BBEdit
6.x with DTML?
I've used BBEdit 6.0 for occasional Zope use, and haven't really
noticed a difference against version 5.x for editing DTML - but then
again, I haven't been looking.
The *really* annoying problem with BBEdit 6.0
I wholeheartedly agree with Jason and Chris. I would very much appreciate a
PDF version that could be easily printed, or read with Adobe's Reader.
If you have the full version of Adobe Acrobat (you have to pay for
it, as opposed to the free Reader) you can "Capture" web pages into a
"Andy" == Andy McKay [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
There are now all manner of Dreamweaver extensions, both
Andy I tried it briefly and found that Dreamweaver cant seem to
Andy handle a file with no extension such as index_html, so gave
A clarification here. It refers to Digital Creations being a long term
viable business entity.
When we made "The Zope Decision", one of the attractions of the
Zope/DC relationship is that whilst it is obviously very nice for
everyone if DC continues to exist, and continues with their current
Actually, I think their problem with python is that they are scared to
invest in learning it and not be able to use it for future projects.
I don't think there's much investment required to "learn Python". Any
techie worthy of the name should be able to pick it up in a matter of
hours or at
Which Linux distributions are you using for running Zope and how
easy it was for you to maximize security of your server?
We run a variety of RedHat 6.1, 6.2, and 7.0 and Debian 2.2, as well
We apply all the latest updates, turn off services we don't use, and
proxy Zope through
Hi there !! I have zope and apache listeners in one machine !!
Is there any way to have only apache receiving requests for zope
and apache, without having two listeners ???
I'm thinking of some module that provide zope funcionalaty to apache !
Without having ProxyPass and RewriteRule directives
Does anyone have any experience doing this?
I have been beating my head trying to get this thing to work because the
RAQ2 Apache is customised and doesn't take kindly to trying to add mod_proxy
etc. No one in the RAQ2 user groups seems to know how to get this to work so
I thought I would see if
What do people think of this? What does DC think of this? Can I
go ahead and develop it in this direction?
For our XP endeavors, we've developed a testing framework we call
SimpleTest, which tests our systems using HTTP requests. Tests are
written in XML, along the lines of:
On 13/5/01 8:04 pm, Chris Withers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
What's the UI like into this? If it's good, and you'd be willing to ship us
the code and pre-loaded data, I think arms could be twisted here to host and
maintain thos in favour of our curent Lotus Notes archives.
I can feel my arm
You may know that as well as doing Cool Things With Zope, we also do stuff
with Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs) - not using Zope unfortunately, but
that's another story.
Anyway, we have come up with an Open Source ELN (OS-ELN), which is based on
Zope and the CMF. Readers of this forum
--On Sunday, December 2, 2001 3:08 pm -0800 Clark O'Brien
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
On the one hand ZC is this munificent benefactor of
On the other hand ZC is this poor cash strapped little
company that can't afford to take any interest in Zope
unless they have an immediate
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