On Mon, 16 Jan 2006 15:50:44 -0000, whit <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
In actuality, the number of products that anyone depends on will not be
using this in 2.8, but making it available to 2.8 will give people an
opportunity to use this and familiarize themselves. for example, Plone
will be on 2.8 for at least another 6 or more months. And some Plone
installations, indefinitely longer..
I think people will be on Zope 2.8 until the one product they really
want/need requires Zope 2.9 and then they upgrade. I write everyhing for
2.8 now, even though Plone 2.1 also supports Zope 2.7.
It's not that hard to upgrade Zope (at least not if you managed to install
it in the first place). And people won't start using and familiarising
themselves with these tools because it's available in their Zope version.
They'll start because they read some documentation and saw some good
examples and thought, hey, I ought to be working like that. And if that
documentation says, step 1 - upgrade to Zope 2.9, so what?
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