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Looking at cvs.zope.org the committers were "brian" (Brian Lloyd) and "michel" (Mike Pelletier) and some work from "jeffrey" (Jeffrey Shell). None of them are with ZC, and I doubt they are interested in supporting the software.


You might be on your own with a package as outdated as this. I would look for alternative solutions.

jens


On 21 Apr 2006, at 16:40, Doug Morse wrote:

Hi Jens!

I very much agree, but unfortunately (a) I can find no authorship
information for this Zope product other than Digital Creations, with this list (zope-db@zope.org) listed as the only contact information and (b) the product hasn't been updated since early 2000. So, posting to this list was the best I could come up with. If you happen to know who authored SybaseDA, I'd be most happy to contact them. Indeed, I'd consider becoming the new maintainer for this product so it can stay current, but would not want to do so without first having a somewhat in-depth conversation with the author re:
the product's present strengths/weaknesses/limitations.

Regards,
Doug


On Fri, Apr 21, 2006 at 12:40:04AM +0100, Jens Vagelpohl wrote:

I honestly doubt that posting patches to a mailing list is all that
helpful. I suggest you contact the database adapter author(s)
instead. Postings to a mailing list are bound to get lost and forgotten.

jens

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