Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-18 Thread Philip Kilner
Hi Tim, Tim Nash wrote: @Phil, I think you will find the product learning curve isn't that steep at all. The famous z-shaped curve has more to do with the lack of up-to-date documentation than anything else. Products are the way to go. It is very much like wriitng 'Scripts Python'. I am

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-17 Thread Philip Kilner
Hi Tim, Tim Nash wrote: It is great to see more posts about how well zope works for Web 2.0 projects. I have used extjs with zope and really like the combination. I'd like to learn more about your jquery /plone setup and how you make it work. Would it be a time consuming for you to create a

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-17 Thread Tim Nash
@Garito, I hope you have another release of ZSM. I really appreciate new developer tools for zope like your ZSM and Zamasing. I am pretty confident that the zope 3 crowd will eventually put back TTW, simple ZMI etc. (but hopefully not too much acquisitionthe great idea that almost ruins

[Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-16 Thread Chris Withers
...I certainly never had until someone threw a press release my way... http://zamasing.com Any ideas/comments/etc? Chris -- Simplistix - Content Management, Zope Python Consulting - http://www.simplistix.co.uk ___ Zope maillist -

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-16 Thread Peter Bengtsson
Not until now. But I'm amased! Really looking forward to taking it for a spin. On 16/04/2008, Chris Withers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ...I certainly never had until someone threw a press release my way... http://zamasing.com Any ideas/comments/etc? Chris -- Simplistix - Content

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-16 Thread Tom Von Lahndorff
Thats pretty awesome. It's zamazing to me that Zope 2 is not a de facto platform for Web 2.0 projects. I think it has some major benefits over Rails and maybe even Django but there seems to be no interest in it from that community. This is a great start. On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 6:40 AM, Peter

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-16 Thread Allen Schmidt Sr.
A reason to upgrade our 2.7.5!!! I have been on this list for over 7 years and have never heard of this company. I wonder how many other cool Zope2 things are being done quietly in the shadows. Bring your cool stuff into the light for others to enjoy...and pay for if needed. I for one have no

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-16 Thread Philip Kilner
Hi Tom, Tom Von Lahndorff wrote: Thats pretty awesome. It's zamazing to me that Zope 2 is not a de facto platform for Web 2.0 projects. I think it has some major benefits over Rails and maybe even Django but there seems to be no interest in it from that community. This is a great start. I

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-16 Thread Garito
Jejeje, good job! Is like I want for Zope Smart Manager (the version I have in my computer has edition and complete the features you have in your project) but I prefer the tree view What a pity that our projects don't join but it's ok! Congratulations! 2008/4/16, Philip Kilner [EMAIL

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-16 Thread Tim Nash
Phil, It is great to see more posts about how well zope works for Web 2.0 projects. I have used extjs with zope and really like the combination. I'd like to learn more about your jquery /plone setup and how you make it work. Would it be a time consuming for you to create a generic product that

Re: [Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?

2008-04-16 Thread Garito
Hi, Tim! I'm agree with you. I my case I use bluefish at gnome but I like TTW GUIs because I don't need to carry my computer to work around the world and, boy, the world is a very beautifull place to visit I understand that Zopers want a revision of the back-end with Zope3 but at this moment I