Alec Mitchell <ale...@gmail.com> writes: > On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 6:52 AM, Geir Bækholt <pl...@baekholt.com> wrote: >> On 20-01-2011 16:57, Eric Steele wrote: >>> >>> I'd like to get a final consensus on whether or not PLIP 9327 will be >>> included in 4.1. From discussion last week, several of you wanted to hold >>> out until we knew whether collections and search results would be in. At > >>> this point, it looks like those two will be pushed off for 4.2. >>> >>> With 5 of 8 votes in, it stands at a +4 for inclusion. Are there any >>> objections to my considering it approved? >> >> >> I was told to prioritise documentation, but i'll be happy to convert default >> listing templates or portlets to use it. >> >> >> One of the more important cases with contentlisting is to make it easier to >> start using it as an integrator and that addons can depend on it. For that >> is important that it is included, not an addon. > > That sounds like framework proliferation to me. If an addon wants to > use this API then they can add it as a dependency; that's not a huge > burden after all. If either the search improvements or the > collections were ready, then we'd at least be providing some examples > of how to use the library in Plone and some indication that it was a > recommended API. As it is, it just seems to add further confusion to > Plone's developer/integrator story.
Agreed. > The PLIP had explicitly removed conversion of the templates as a goal. > Also, it's not entirely clear whether such a conversion would be > appropriate for a 4.x release, since such changes could break > customizations which rely on the macros, etc. from the current > implementation. Also, agreed. Thanks for saving me the typing, :-) Ross _______________________________________________ Framework-Team mailing list Framework-Team@lists.plone.org https://lists.plone.org/mailman/listinfo/framework-team