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Adding missing pieces to the Zope 3 integration puzzle which could
not make it into the 2.0 release for time reasons will be the main
objective for CMF 2.1. At this point the following items are
planned to land in CMF 2.1:
* Local skin customization (take an item from the skins tool
and customize it for a particular CMF site instance)
Is anybody working on this? AFAICS everybody agrees we need a
solution for this, but so far we don't even have a rough proposal.
It was my impression (please correct me if I am wrong) that this is a
Zope 3/Five issue rather than something we solve in CMF. And that
there are people working on it, but I'm not sure who and how far it
* Release CMF as Eggs
The related work is on the tseaver-pkg_resources branch, right?
What's the status of that branch?
Tres will probably know.
* convert all views over to Zope 3-style views
I think we can go on converting views step by step using the
patterns used in CMF 2.0. These patterns make it relatively easy to
convert the existing skin methods in a traceable way.
But the resulting views are far from perfect. Before we can make
them the default views they need a lot of refactoring. I plan to
have a look at formlib and viewlets to find out what we can reuse
* Make the new Zope 3-style views the standard views
This depends on 'Local skin customization' and 'convert all views'.
* Use of Zope 3-style container events throughout, removal of
all manage_* methods.
Is this already implemented on the tseaver-catalog_events branch or
is more work necessary than merging that branch?
I sent an email about this a couple days ago. Basically, I'm down to
one failing unit test in CMFUid and have discovered that CMFUid is
basically broken in 2.0/trunk. I also sent an email on this issue to
the list, hoping that the developers who wrote CMFUid and lobbied
hard to get it included would take notice and do something about it
(or at least acknowledge it), but all I see is silence so far.
I am a little upset because I had hoped the original developers would
continue maintaining it (or at least help maintaining it), but I'm
not so sure anymore. It seems CMFUid is now the least-maintained
package we have, and the fact that no one even noticed the complete
breakage (which the unit tests do not reveal) seems to imply no one
uses it and no one cares. I certainly never came across many people
who use it.
I will, grudgingly, spend a little more time trying to unwedge it for
2.0/trunk, hoping that will help me solve the last failing unittest
on the tseaver-catalog_events branch. However, the going is a bit
hard because I don't know the code at all.
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