A quick search for "windows" doesn't show too many. As far as I can tell, all but 2 (1689 and 1728) are fixed with my patches. I also note that my patches have been sitting there for a number of months now - so I humbly suggest the problem is not simply a lack of appropriate fixes :)
Yes, but it is a shortage of people knowledgeable enough to merge them ;-)
In my experience, that is not true. Zope on Windows is generally as stable
as Zope on any platform.
I'll second that.
* All Zope versions are clearly "broken" (as above) in fundamental (but generally the same) ways on Windows, but the status of my patches as "features" vs "bugfixes" is unclear - especially given my lack of understanding of the culture or the Zope world beyond Plone.
They're bugfixes, I don't think anyone would complain if you fixed 2.7 AND 2.8 ;-)
I understand I could probably gain committer privileges but as mentioned, I wouldn't quite know what to do with them if I did <wink>
Well, you could merge your patches. I suspect you're the only person knowledgeable and confident enough to do so. Many people would thank you for it though :-)
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