All my experience with Django and Plone have been personal use. I am not an
expert by any means. Unfortunately I have not used TurboGears, though I can
certainly learn. It's hard for me to gauge what level of skill you guys are
looking for, maybe a test run to see if I can perform the task or not?
Otherwise I'm also open to other items that utilizes python aside from web,
if fit in. What I seek is an opportunity to further my python skills.
On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 6:19 PM, Mike McGrath <mmcgrath(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Wed, 28 Jul 2010, touruni touruni wrote:
> It said to keep bugging until I get a sponsor. So here I am again. :) -
> Per initiation procedure outlined here:
> Will someone be kind enough to sponsor this semi-young lad who has:
> - 10 Years of experience in IT
> - 1 Year of Python programming
> - 3 Year of RHEL Administration
> - RT/Nagios/The Grinder/Xen/Kickstart/Plone/Django
> I am interested the items listed below :
> Script writers and automators
> Building and build environments
> Ideally i would like to work on all things that utilizes python. I am
looking to develope my python programming skills. Whether it be a program
that needs to written or a
> script or updating something
> that is python.
> I am applying from Sacramento, California / PST. I am interested in
working on the team because I have a passion to learn. I want to sharpen my
skills and collaborating with
> others who have the same
We use a lot of turbogears (which would be functionally similar to Django)
could you go into your django experiences a bit? Have you looked at
TurboGears at all?
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