On 12 Nov 2005, at 09:04, yuppie wrote:
A CMF 1.6 release that requires Zope 2.8 and essentially bundles
CMF 1.5 with GenericSetup 2.0 (and compatible CMF setup handlers)
might be a good idea.
Yes, that's a good idea. It certainly can't go directly in the
strictly-maintenance 1.5 branch. +1 from me for 1.6 then.
Rob, without wanting to open a Pandora's box, is Generic Setup the
only thing you're really craving or are there other low-hanging fruit
that could be dealt with *without* moving too far off the 1.5 code
base? And what is the timeframe for Plone 2.2 (I assume that's the
release you want this for)?
GenericSetup is still a moving target. I would not create a branch
for 1.6 before 2.0 has stabilized.
Stabilized meaning moved from alpha to beta or the final? I'm trying
to see how far the different schedules (Plone 2.2 and a stabilized
GenericSetup) can be made to match up.
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