Web-based project management tools for the International Planetary Data Alliance
This package provides project management tools for the International Planetary Data Alliance (IPDA). These tools include:
- IPDA Events, such as conferences or meetings
- IPDA Documents, web pages with IPDA document identifiers
- IPDA Files, uploaded files (like PDFs or Word documents) also with IPDA documents identifiers
- IPDA Projects, collaborative containers for documents and files pursued by the IPDA.
- Project Folders, containing IPDA Projects
- Steering Committee, a special display of IPDA members for are part of the IPDA Steering Committee
Use Buildout with the plone.recipe.zope2instance recipe.
Add ipdasite.projectmgmt to the list of eggs to install, e.g.:
[buildout] ... eggs = ... ipdasite.projectmgmt
Tell the plone.recipe.zope2instance recipe to install a ZCML slug:
[instance] recipe = plone.recipe.zope2instance ... zcml = ipdasite.projectmgmt
Re-run buildout, e.g. with:
You can skip the ZCML slug if you are going to explicitly include the package from another package’s configure.zcml file.
2.0.3 — Hm, Upgrades
This release makes the package compatible with Plone 4.3.
2.0.2 — Uneventful
- IPDA-16 - Upcoming Events under Upcoming Events in the left hand panel
2.0.1 - The Experts are Technical - 2011-1-25
Dan.Crichton@jpl.nasa.gov wants the members of the Technical Experts Group to appear under the “Members” tab. Well, the “Members” tab was already a misnomer, as it was an instance of a “Steering Committee Display” object whose sole purpose was to show those registered users who were in the group “SC”. Well, now that object’s view also has a section for “TEG” members.
2.0.0 - Plone 4
This release of the IPDA Project Management brings about Plone 4 compatibility.
Copyright & License
Copyright 2008-2011 by the California Institute of Technology. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
The Software is owned by Caltech/JPL and is protected by United States copyright laws and applicable international treaties and/or conventions. The United States Government may have prior rights to use some or all of the Software as determined under applicable contracts and license agreements with Caltech/JPL.
This software was developed at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, an operating division of the California Institute of Technology and is not available for use by any person, organization, or other entity without prior, specific written permission.