tim.hunt at its.monash.edu.au
Tue Apr 13 21:12:13 CDT 2004
On the other hand, if the PerlMongers can get through everything in an
hour, everyone could go to the OzZope meeting :
>> OzZope Melbourne Meeting 14th April, 2004 - 7.30pm
>> Melbourne Meetings are now held quarterly
>> Tomorrow's meeting will be chaired by Richard Volpato
>> Edwin Burge Building, Trinity College, Melbourne University MAP
>> 1. DOCUMENTATION:
>> Melanie Kendall will talk about getting the right content into content
>> management systems. A no nonsense look at the world of technical
>> 2. KUPU:
>> A demonstration and hands on look at Kupu the wysiwyg editor in Zope's
>> XML Publication system, Silva -by Jan Smith
>> editor. It works in both Mozilla and Internet Explorer based browsers
>> (including Netscape 7) and produces well-formed XHTML. Kupu is object
>> oriented and designed to be customizable and extendable.
>> Kupu's features:
>> * Easy to integrate - Kupu can be easily integrated into a variety of
>> CMS. Currently there is integration code for Zope 2, Silva, Plone and
>> Apache Lenya. There are plans for integrating Kupu into MMBase,
>> Interchange and more in the near future.
>> * Easy to customize and extend - Kupu can be customized and extended
>> several ways. For simple modifications much of the configuration can
>> set as attributes on the editor iframe, while buttons, tools and
>> can be changed via the CSS. For larger customizations there's a simple
>> architecture to allow full extensibility.
>> * Kupu uses CSS in favor of HTML for layout and presentation. It
>> supports asynchronous saving to the server. It sets event handlers
>> code instead of from the HTML (excepting the toolbar), which makes the
>> code a lot cleaner. It uses DOM functionality to build up HTML.
(No, I don't really expect people to make it ! Just a conflict I have
to resolve - plus family duty...)
On 14/04/2004, at 11:59 AM, Scott Penrose wrote:
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> On 14/04/2004, at 11:42 AM, Jacinta Richardson wrote:
>> G'day everyone,
>> Just a reminder that Perl Mongers is on tonight. Our current agenda
>> to be:
> One other...
> Leif: XML SAX or DOM ?
> XML development typically proceeds down one of the two main paradigms
> of XML processing - SAX or DOM. Each paradigm brings with it different
> design strengths and weakness, and requires a developer to know which
> approach matches best with the requirements in hand.
> This talk shows two Perl implementations of the same set of
> requirements - one using the DOM paradigm, using XML::Simple, and the
> other using the SAX paradigm, using XML::Parser. The differences in
> code structure are striking, and the problem areas for each approach
> are quiet distinct.
> Hopefully Perl developers will come away from this talk ( and code
> walk-through ) with a better understanding of when to commit to a
> particular paradigm at the start of a project.
>> Paul: Perl Security - "Working securely with files"
>> Scott: YAPC Update
>> ??: ??
>> If you've volunteered a talk which I've missed then we're delighted to
>> have you present as well. Paul says someone did, but I can't find
>> email, sorry.
>> So, we'll look forward to seeing you all at MyInternet House,
>> St, North Melbourne at 6:30pm.
>> All the very best,
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