Jeffrey P Shell wrote: But release often is a BITCH for software configuration management. Good for developers, bad for deployers. Why? Chris ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope-dev ** No cross
Brad Clements wrote: But the passive port range patch didn't make it into 2.6 Do you have CVS access? No. I emailed both sets of patches to .. Brian (?) at the same time. Suggest you apply for it. DIY is the best way of making sure stuff gets in :-) cheers, Chris
On Wed, 30 Oct 2002 13:32:59 -0700 Jeffrey P Shell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wednesday, October 30, 2002, at 04:22 AM, Chris Withers wrote: Ross J. Reedstrom wrote: It what world do you live, and can I move there? You miss the point ;-) The flurry to get features into a 'stable'
Brian, I have been an active user of Zope for nearly two years. My current position affords me the opportunity to finally give something back to the community. I work for NOAA and Web Services will be a critical piece of our web architecture strategy this coming year. Our branch is located in
I got a hacked together version of WebServices sort of working at ActiveState at the around the same time Brian was working on that code. I think its still working, but its no where near complete: http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Syndication. Unfortunately you'd have to smile sweetly at
What I am able to offer is 1-2 fulltime software engineers for as long as it takes to do this right. I have read your proposal (just after you released it last year) and thought it very well done. I like the implementation you describe and agree with your proposal 100%. The time frame that
Andy, I wondered about that. I have been following some of the dialog on the Zope 3 dev list but it is unclear to me its status. We (my office) would like to have the Web Services capability by July/August time frame (earlier if possible), so don't know if that falls in line with a stable Zope