On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 12:10 AM, Eric Steele<ems...@psu.edu> wrote:
> I'd asked him about this early on in the process, his response was basically
> that he'd rather not and he looked forward to removing everything we'd done
> when Plone 5 rolled around.
I hope you didn't take that seriously. What I meant was: I trust the
framework team to make good decisions based on what they know today.
There might be some future plans which aren't yet communicated in a
way that even the framework team members know about them. Those should
not influence the fwt decisions, as they are essentially vaporware at
I tried to give some feedback directly on plip's I felt my input would
change the output in some way. If there's concrete questions that came
up, I'm more than happy to answer them.
> It wouldn't hurt to ask again, though.
Now that I finally moved back home and have settled in to a new place
with reliable wifi, I'd be able to attend some phone calls I'd guess.
If you feel that would bring any benefit, I'd be happy to join.
> On Jun 30, 2009, at 5:18 PM, Erik Rose wrote:
>> It occurred to me during today's call that a lot of our discussions hinged
>> on what's happening in Plone 5: ensuring smooth transitions, not changing
>> things that are about to change again, and so on. Might it be handy to have
>> Hanno on our calls, since he's elbow-deep in Plone 5 every day?
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