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On Sep 23, 2008, at 18:09 , Tres Seaver wrote:
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> Wichert Akkerman wrote:
>> Are there any objections to making the CMFCore interfaces derived
>> classes from zope.dublincore, or possibly even using those directly
>> where possible?
> - -0 unless we come up with convincing evidence that the Z3 version is
> actually being maintained by somebody who cares about it: Actually,
> after looking at it, -1 unless it is getting some love *and* we can
> avoid entangling ourselves with its policy-laden configure.zcml.
The zope.dublincore code hasn't seen any maintenance since being
"exploded" out into a separate egg, this is true. In all fairness, the
DublinCore module in CMFDefault hasn't seen many changes that are
specifically Dublin Core-related, either, but then again it hasn't
needed much. It's been working very well with very little maintenance.
"Don't fix it if it ain't broke" and keep what we have is what I'd say
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