These are my links for November 6th to November 10th:
- Attention Profiling: APML Beginner’s Guide – Robin Good’s Latest News – Attention profiling is quite possibly the next wave of smarter, more relevant web browsing. APML is an emerging standard that promises to make it much easier for websites and services to cater to your exact tastes, reducing the information overload of seemingly endless web content.
- Core Developers – Plone Social Network Experience was: 18 Things I Wish Were True About Plone – Interesting thread about plone
- Paris Bobun Sprint #2 at Google HQ : getting Open Social into Plone – Plone Social Networking | Google Groups – The goal of this sprint is to enable Plone as an Open Social container,
allowing any Plone site to host Open Social applications (also nicknamed
"gadgets", or "boxes", since those applications tend to be enclosed in a
well-delimited box of a social network website).
- Managing Multiple Plone Sites at Oxfam — Plone CMS: Open Source Content Management – Managing Multiple Plone Sites at Oxfam. Duncan Booth's presentation from Plone Conference 2006.
- Solheimer in Iceland –
- Plone vs. Drupal, Take One | modulus – Recently, my colleagues and I decided that we needed to replace our public website's content management system. After some preliminary evaluation, we determined that we would evaluate Plone and Drupal. In the end, we went with Plone at work, and I've been working with it a lot for the past few months. However, I was also impressed by Drupal, and that's what I use to run this blog.
- Digital image resizing with the GIMP – Processing digital images is a very common task today. Image processing tools are so common that users often process images by trial and error, without really knowing what they are doing. One of the operations people fail most commonly is resizing an image. In this article I will explain how to resize images. This is a way for me to celebrate 10 years since I started studying digital image processing!