First of all:
We have a client that (because of lame internal policy) 
will not be able to install zope on the final server.
However, they _do_ want zope as a publishing solution
for a web that will be practically nothing but dtml docs,
images, and folders. They're only intested in accessing
the web interface to modify text in custom zclass product
interfaces we will make for them.

Provided that there are no complicated methods integrated
into the zope structure, is it possible to generate a
navegable static html version of a zope hierarchy?

Our idea is to let them access our server to manage
and edit content and to give them a publish option
(written in python or perl) that generates the html 
and ftps the site to a remote, non-zope webserver.

The day that the client wants a more dynamic site
with searching and such, we would discuss installing
zope again on the remote server.

Please give me your thoughts on this workaround 

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