[Usergroups] Re: [Community-marketing] Fwd: [cmpros] Boston Members - Report on plone user group and call for interest in Boston CM/ECM meetup
russf at topia.com
Fri Oct 20 18:34:03 UTC 2006
Both the outreach, and the topic are a good idea.
Is this topic an add-on for that meeting...
I've recently started using SQLAlchemy on a new project, after using
SQLObject a few months ago for a different project, both wrapping MySQL.
They both have strengths. Would be useful to have a comparison of
My quick take is that SQLObject is easier for object relational
mapping, and exposes fewer moving parts.
SLQALchemy took a little bit longer to get started, but has more
power in the long run. (Yeah, you can get your hands on those moving
No flames please.
I'd like to focus on one or the other, but I'm done trying out SA
yet. Jury's still out.
I'd be interested to see others' thoughts who have tried both.
On 20 Oct 2006, at 19:15, Nate Aune wrote:
> I thought other Plone user groups might be interested in this
> recent development happening in Boston... (see Russ' email below to
> the CM Pros mailing list)
> I think the Plone community could in general be better about
> reaching out to other user groups and inviting them to come and
> learn about Plone.
> Russ suggested inviting the MySQL user group to a Plone meeting and
> make the topic, "How to use get Plone to talk to MySQL". We had a
> guy from the Ruby user group show up last night, and there are
> often folks from the Python user group who come to learn about Plone.
> Thoughts, other ideas? We can continue this discussion at the Plone
> Conference - i think there is even a BoF about Plone user groups.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: rdanner617 at comcast.net <rdanner617 at comcast.net>
> Date: Oct 20, 2006 1:05 AM
> Subject: [cmpros] Boston Members - Report on plone user group and
> call for interest in Boston CM/ECM meetup
> To: cmpros at lists.cmprofessionals.org
> ATTN Boston, MA Members:
> This Month's Boston Plone User Group hosted at the Christian
> Science Monitor was very interesting. We don't use plone but it is
> great to a be a part a group of such talented individuals (Several
> members of CMPros) engaged in web content managment and open source.
> To night we looked at a number of new functionalities Developed by
> Nate Aune and he collegues for managing multi media within the
> plone system.
> We also looked at plone functionality called smart folders. Smart
> folders are an awesome capability of plone which allows dynamic /
> adaptive organizations to be genereated on the fly. Seth Gottlieb
> ( http://contenthere.blogspot.com/) posted a blog on an article
> "There is no Folder" by Jonah Bossewitch http://
> contenthere.blogspot.com/2006/05/there-is-no-folder.html. Which
> highlights the power in this kind of functionality. If you haven't
> had a chance to check it out, do so its good stuff.
> One of the things we were discussing after the meeting was the
> thought of finding individuals in the Boston area to participate in
> a Content Management User Group. My organization (The CS Monitor)
> uses alfresco, the great gang we hosted tonight uses Plone, Seth
> does it all :) Although we are all using different products we
> have many of the same issues. I'd be interested to know who in the
> boston area would be interested in forming a general CM/ECM user
> group. Since many of us meet for other usergroups it may not make
> sense to meet each month, maybe ee could meet maybe once a quarter.
> If you are in boston, or close to boston, and are interested send
> me an email. I think I can find some wiki space to coordinate
> something if there is interest.
> Best Regards,
> Russ Danner
> CS Monitor
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