Mount Ruapehu is one of the most iconic mountains of New Zealand. With its highest peak at 2,797 metres, it's the highest point in the North Island. I first visited the area in the winter of 2014. Ever since, the idea of giving it a try on snowy conditions was going around my mind. But it wasn't until the end of October that my mate Andy and I finally decided to give it a go.
As you may have noticed, the blog has been recently going under some renovation. I was a bit sick of Wordpress so I decided to spend a couple of days migrating it to Wagtail. I also re-did the design and the front-end.
Due to all malware issues caused by SweetCaptcha I decided to write another captcha package for Wagtail under my current's company repo.
At Springload, the place I currently work, we've recently released Made with Wagtail, a showcase of websites built with the Wagtail CMS. I recommend you guys to check it out if you're interested in this cool CMS built on top of Django.
I recently co-wrote an article for my current company, Springload, about the Wagtail CMS. For those of you who do not know, Wagtail is an awesome CMS built on top of Django, a Python-based framework. If you would like to know a bit more about Wagtail you should read the full article. Enjoy!
The last few months I've been doing a good amount of work using Wagtail. Wagtail is a pretty cool CMS built on top of the Django framework. It hasn't been around for long but it has a pretty active community and a nice documentation. I've built a couple of relatively large sites with it and been quite happy with the result so far.