Joachim Werner wrote:
> Zope 2.x, together with the CMF, was "sold" bei DC/ZC as a content
> management product,

No it wasn't, it was sold as a Content Management Framework, ie one of these:

> It is a good start for building
> one,

> Zope is a nearly perfect document storage, except for its server
> implementations for FTP (and partly also HTTP/Web-DAV) will not be too
> useful with major system load.

Not lots of big documents, especially if they change often ;-)

> - a database layer that includes alternatives to the ZODB (using products
> like DBObjects or the new stuff from 7x

Well, just a better abstraction of objects -> storage. ZODB is currently too
slanted towards storing object irrespective of their structure. It needs to get
more intelligent in the same way that DBObjects is...

> what Microsoft is doing. I don't ask you to USE their software, but we
> should at least try to get inspired by the good ideas they have (or have
> collected from others who had them first). 

I agree, we should beat them at their own game :-)

> What we need in that part of Zope
> is high-performance real-time cataloging and searching, 

Gimme a chance :-P



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