Entries Tagged ‘Open Source’:

How to Write Reusable Apps for Pinax and Django

Pinax is a collection of reusable django apps that brings together features that are common to many websites. It allows developers to focus on what makes their site unique. Here is an example of adding your own functionality to Pinax. It will also be an example of writing a reusable app since every individual app [...]

Just Heard About an Open-Source Database Conference

Baron Schwartz, the lead author of
High Performance MySQL 2nd Edition, has just
OpenSQL Camp 2008 over at
his blog.
Despite the name, this will be different from other Camp conferences you’ve been to. This is a combination of a planned event (with great speakers and sessions), semi-planned spontaneity (sessions to be decided by attendees [...]

CyTE Updates Moved

We’ve set up a google code account since they offer awesomeness.
Project Info:

addthis_url = ‘http%3A%2F%2Fcodespatter.com%2F2007%2F10%2F24%2Fcyte-updates-moving%2F’;
addthis_title = ‘CyTE+Updates+Moved’;
addthis_pub = ‘gallard’;

Introducing MorfU g1

The name MorfU is an anagram of the word forum. The goal of this project is to combine features of Weblogs, Wikis, and Forums. They all have similarities so the same code should be able to produce all three with little variance.
Currently, MorfU only has blog features and the first version of it was tested [...]