Chris Withers wrote:
> Ken Manheimer wrote:
> > Python Zopelet
> > Perl Zopelet
> > XSLT Zopelet
> > Zope-specific, runs on the server, shows the implementation language,
> > won't be confused with non-remotely-editable functions, methods, scripts,
> > code in general.
> ... Zopelet means absolutely nothing, and will just add to
> confusion :-(
I agree with Ken: I think it's a good choice because it *is*
Zope-specific -- I think Zope should be in the name. If you
are using Zope, it will be meaningful; if not, it won't -- and
I also think "Zopelet" does not "mean absolutely nothing"
in terms of connotation -- it carries the connotations that
Ken mentioned, which is good.
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