> > Does the fishbowl process address this for you?
> >
> >    http://dev.zope.org/Fishbowl/Introduction.html
> From me, that'll be a resounding no.
> Every single idea I've had for Zope has died somewhere in the fishbowl,
and not because people have turned round and
> gone "no, that's a crap idea." That I wouldn't have a problem with.
> The fishbowl is an exciting idea, but quite frankly, I have neither the
time nor the patience to monotonously go and
> check if anyone has commented on a proposal or find out how relevant
propsals are doing.

The fishbowl is missing some core functionality. They just don't work
efficiently. That's why people still prefer mailing lists (though they suck,
too, but to a lesser degree I think). We'd need automatic feedback (via
mail) if something changes (i.e. I'd like to be able to subscribe to
fishbowl wikis). We'd need something like version control, and much better
sorting, indexing, and structuring of all the information. It can't be too
hard to get that done, but certainly we are not there yet.


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