Truth is that the Zope code has done anything but languish in the last few 
months. Unfortunately most people are bound by our release cycle, which has 
given that impression.

As for i18n in 2.6, The Zope Pope gave the nod, so I consider it a done deal, 
assuming it gets checked in.

-Casey

On Wednesday 18 September 2002 11:43 am, James Johnson wrote:
> We had to wait this long, why not wait for a bit longer.  I just hope it 
> doesn't give some the excuse to drag it on more.  That was one of the things 
> I loved about Zope was Release Early/often mantra.  Now with the 2.6 dabacle 
> lasting over 3 months.  This better not happen again people :-)  We already 
> know how some people get uneasy when I project starts to languish for 
> months. It only hurts the opensource movement.
> 
> 
> Peace,
> -- James
> 
> 
> 
> From: "Florent Guillaume" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> >As Jim said, "If we want to get this into 2.6, we need to move quickly."
> 
> I want it in. It's so amazingly useful, that I want it. 2.6 is moving so
> slow anyway, that I don't see it as a big problem.
> 
> Best Regards
> 
> Lennart Regebro, Torped
> http://www.easypublisher.com/
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Peace,
> -- James
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