I am confused? is this a zope-dev or zope-web topic?
Is the goal to provide this for new.zope.org to share with the community via
XML-RPC and release as a Zope product?
Either way we need a component architecture plus identifying all the
existing product snippets or objects that could be used. Recruit those
authors to support a combined effort. Then let's decide on a road map with
priorities and release capabilities as everyone can contribute.
We can only address the "we need funding" concern when we have a project
definition to help create a budget (money and time).
An "uber-collaborative suite" would be awesome that combines the best of
Squish, wikis, sourceforge, talkback, UBB, (ZPT and CSS support) (CMF if
supported in Zope3.)
A product with "pick-and-choose" capabilities out of the box is what Zope
needs to push Zope higher in the OpenSource world and attract more
developers to the community.
That is the goal right?? "get more developers excited about and adopt Zope
so they can contribute to Zope's core or release their own quality products
to the community."
are my emails too long? i think i get too chatty. :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf
> Of Chris Withers
> Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2001 11:37 AM
> To: Joachim Werner
> Cc: seb bacon; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: [Zope-dev] Funding, SourceForge
> Joachim Werner wrote:
> > My experience from EuroZope is that we would desperately need some paid
> > "community workers". The Zope community seems to be much more
> > than others, which means that there are not enough people with
> too much free
> > time to run the infrastructure. Most of us contribute a lot, but can't
> > afford doing even more without neglecting the day-to-day business.
> Indeed. If I could get even partial fundign for just some of the
> projects I'd
> like to work on (S(qu|w)ishdot, Indexer, Package Manager, CMF,
> ZODB) then I'd be
> able to work on them _much_ more than I do now...
> > We have discussed about that at most of the EuroZope meetings. But still
> > nobody has had enough resources to start. We'd need a
> Zope-based site that
> > has all the functionality of sourceforge and even more.
> What's wrong with SourceForge?
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