Curiously, if there are prepackage scripts for both, and  
there's less to 'mange' with PHP, that's a PHP win.  I 
personally have CalendarTag, ZDataQueryKit and lots of yummy 
others runing from the downloads page.  But since I'm trying to 
convince PHP people that using Zope is better, they just point 
to their yummy scripts too.  

I think Oliver's point about transaction safety is a big win.  
I might convince them just on that.  But I'm still looking for 
more ammunition.  

On Tuesday 23 April 2002 11:09 am, you wrote:
> At 11:01 AM 4/23/02 -0700, you wrote:
> >But there are a lot of prepackaged scripts for Calendars,
> > and database connections, shopping carts,  etc... for PHP. 
> > So there's got to be more that just the prepackagedness of
> > Zope to chose it over PHP.
> Yes, that is important.  Of course, there are a lot of
> Products (pre-packaged scripts) available for Zope that do
> these soft of things.  Have you checked the Downloads page
> (
> It is interesting that right now there is a sort-of
> "batteries included" topic going on in this list debating the
> merits of what goes into the core of a Zope release.  But
> whatever ends up in the core, there are many, many good
> add-ons already out there.
> Bill
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