Presentation PDF

I gave a presentation to our local Ruby/Rails meeting the other night,
so I thought I’d post the slides here in case anyone is interested.
It’s pretty basic stuff, but it might help some who are new to
Radiant.

I like the fact that your first slide gives the version number of
Radiant. It’s just a small thing but inevitably install instructions
and the notion of “behaviors” are going to change.


Alexander H.
http://www2.truman.edu/~ah428

Nathan W. wrote:

I gave a presentation to our local Ruby/Rails meeting the other night,
so I thought I’d post the slides here in case anyone is interested.
It’s pretty basic stuff, but it might help some who are new to
Radiant.

Fantastic overview of Radiant. Do you have a url for it? I’d like to
write a post about it on the Radiant blog.


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

On 9/29/06, John W. Long [email protected] wrote:

Nathan W. wrote:

I gave a presentation to our local Ruby/Rails meeting the other night,
so I thought I’d post the slides here in case anyone is interested.
It’s pretty basic stuff, but it might help some who are new to
Radiant.

Fantastic overview of Radiant. Do you have a url for it? I’d like to
write a post about it on the Radiant blog.

Yes, I’d like an URL too to put on my website and advertise it to
people.

On 9/29/06, Nathan W. [email protected] wrote:

I gave a presentation to our local Ruby/Rails meeting the other night,
so I thought I’d post the slides here in case anyone is interested.
It’s pretty basic stuff, but it might help some who are new to
Radiant.

That was excellent Nathan!, The best Radiant introduction someone
could imagine. (Even if Radiant is simple, a fresh start is always a
bit difficult).

I could host the PDF on my site (just a link, no official website to
post more info).

If that’s good with you, will post the link here (already uploaded it,
waiting you approval).

Good weekend everyone.


Luis L.
Multimedia systems

Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort,
which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that
is worthwhile.
Vince Lombardi

On 9/29/06, Nathan W. [email protected] wrote:

I gave a presentation to our local Ruby/Rails meeting the other night,
so I thought I’d post the slides here in case anyone is interested.
It’s pretty basic stuff, but it might help some who are new to
Radiant.

Hi,

your presentation was great and would have been a good introduction
for radiant users, like i was one a few days ago. I hope there will be
some blogging about this.

Bye,
Tino

Nathan, a great presentation. Thank you! --Maurizio

Hi,

I blogged about it. And I have also put the presentation on my home
server. In only have a small uplink so I’ll remove it when there is a
more solid download location.

http://day-to-day-stuff.blogspot.com/2006/09/back-to-radiant.html

Regards,
Erik.

On 9/30/06, Erik van Oosten [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I blogged about it. And I have also put the presentation on my home
server. In only have a small uplink so I’ll remove it when there is a
more solid download location.

http://day-to-day-stuff.blogspot.com/2006/09/back-to-radiant.html

Hi Erik, you could replace your link with my copy:

http://www.mmediasys.com/downloads/radiant/radiant_cms.pdf

I’ll host it until it exceed my 15GB of traffic :wink:
(I don’t use the site, so will have spare bandwidth).

Regards everyone,


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Luis L.
Multimedia systems

Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort,
which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that
is worthwhile.
Vince Lombardi

Hi everyone, sorry for the long hiatus between posts … life and work
stuff, you know? Thanks to everyone for being generous and hosting my
little presentation on their own servers. If any of you are going to
be at Ruby Conf look me up … I owe you an alcoholated beverage of
your choice.

So, without further ado, the final home of this thing:

The blog post:
http://blog.brandalism.com/2006/10/4/radiant-presentation-at-derailed

The download link:
http://blog.brandalism.com/assets/2006/10/4/radiant_cms.pdf


In case anyone is wondering why I’m using Mephisto for my blog instead
of Radiant, it’s because I believe in using the right tool for the
job, and while Radiant’s blogging support is cool, I really wanted
something that will someday have XML-RPC support.

The demo of your modifications to Radiant was very interesting. I
really liked the changes to the Backend administration with a site tree
to select links and WYSIWYG page editing.

If I would like to check out these modifications where would I have to
go?

On 10/5/06, Bryan [email protected] wrote:

Radiant.


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Currently they are not available on any live site. I’m in the process
of taking the changes that I had made to an earlier version of Radiant
and porting them to 0.5.2. I hope to have this done in the next few
days/week along with diffs and instructions on how to make the
changes. A lot of the WYSIWYG stuff I included was done at the 11th
hour for a client on about zero sleep, so I’m having some trouble
remembering exactly where I put everything :slight_smile:

If there’s a lot of call to see a live demo, I could probably put up
the version that I currently have so that everyone could take a look
at it.

Nathan,

That is a great presentation. I was fortunate enough to attend the
“live” version.

The demo of your modifications to Radiant was very interesting. I
really liked the changes to the Backend administration with a site tree
to select links and WYSIWYG page editing.

It would be great to have Admin plugins like that in future versions of
Radiant.

See you at the next Derailed.

Bryan

Http://www.BoulderAnalytics.com

On 06/10/06, Alexander H. [email protected] wrote:

If there’s a lot of call to see a live demo, I could probably put up
the version that I currently have so that everyone could take a look
at it.

I second it.

Me too :slight_smile:


Regards,
Dave

If there’s a lot of call to see a live demo, I could probably put up
the version that I currently have so that everyone could take a look
at it.

I second it.

On 10/6/06, Nathan W. [email protected] wrote:

at it.

See you at the next Derailed.
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