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A Successful FedEx Day at Six Feet Up

Thursday September 30, 2010 | Comments (0)
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After exploring Drive by Daniel Pink as part of our monthly book reviews, we decided to have a FedEx Day at Six Feet Up. FedEx Day?? What is that?... Read more…

What's New in the Plone 4 Demo Site?

Monday September 27, 2010 | Comments (0)
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Six Feet Up has launched its Plone 4 Demo Site, and we are very excited about it. A lot of time and discussion went into creating what is our best Plone demo yet. When our team was deciding how we wanted the demo to look, we realized that we wanted our visitors to the Plone Demo Site to get a robust, comprehensive experience without overwhelming a new user... Read more…

How Lars Met Plone

Friday September 24, 2010 | Comments (0)
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I am Lars Noldan, one of the System Administrators at Six Feet Up. I had been working as a Systems Administrator for a leasing company for about three years when I received a call from a friend of mine asking if I knew any "smart unix folks." I provided my friend with a few names and went back to my daily grind. This happened at least twice more before I finally gave in and scheduled an interview for myself. During the interview I was asked several fun and interesting questions. One that stands out is "In relationship to DNS, what is a TTL?" Andrew Parker conducts an entertaining interview... Read more…

How Chrissy Met Plone

Monday September 13, 2010 | Comments (1)
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In January 2008, I found a Craigslist ad asking for an HTML/CSS/Javascript Developer. After four years of working with websites professionally, I felt confident that I could do the job. A few days later I started at Six Feet Up, which threw me into the deep end of Plone. I was replacing Six Feet Up's Template Developer, and I was able to work with him for only two days before he left... Read more…

Can Plone "Scale"?

Friday September 10, 2010 | Comments (0)

Every website will have different scaling needs. The site may have the need to sustain hundreds or thousands of concurrent users, or it may need to be able to store and index massive amounts of content. It may even have both concerns at the same time... Read more…

Understanding Permissions in KARL

Friday September 10, 2010 | Comments (0)
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As the Six Feet Up KARL Champion, I plan to create blog entries to help new and potential KARL customers understand its dynamic functionality. Six Feet Up is the exclusive provider for KARL hosting. When new users begin with KARL, many ask questions about Groups and Permissions. Here's a high-level overview of permissions: what they do and how to assign them... Read more…

KARL Introduces Feeds

Thursday September 9, 2010 | Comments (0)
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One of the most recent solutions offered by Six Feet Up is hosting for KARL. KARL is a Knowledge Management system created by OSF with Six Feet Up as the exclusive provider of hosting... Read more…

How I Met Plone

Monday September 6, 2010 | Comments (1)
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This month, Six Feet Up's blog will feature "How I Met Plone" entries. It is our hope that these short narratives will introduce new CMS users to Plone and remind seasoned Plone users what makes Plone unique.... Read more…

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