Am 10.03.2009 um 10:49 schrieb Wichert Akkerman:
> Perhaps in the future the Plone Foundation would be willing to donate
> code to the Zope Foundation. At this moment that is a bridge too far,
> and I fear that as soon as I suggest that at this point in time the
> entire relicensing movement will die in a never-ending debate. Lets
> save that one for a later day.
I suspect you're right on that and that we on this list can all say
that, with hindsight, the licence debate should never have happened.
Let's hope it can be resolved in the future. I hope this will become
easier as development moves to a more library-based approach -- all
What we cannot (dual-)license for the CMF but think we need for the
CMF we will have to reimplement. I have to agree with Jens that saying
something was added to Plone rather than the CMF because of the Plone
release cycle is disingenuous. As long as I have been following the
list the CMF releases have been timed for Plone. It would be good to
see this change from now on as I suspect the number of core developers
on both projects is limited and both projects would benefit from
effectively pooled resources and clear ideas of what goes where.
I also have to agree with Jens that the Plone mailing lists are way
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