Since Zope 2.8 has now been released, we can start talking about what
would be in Zope 2.9. I have some ideas:
* newer version of Five included (whatever version is current then)
* Zope 3.1 included
* Python 2.4 support
I think these could all be accomplished without getting too ambitious.
Especially the Five work and Zope 3.1 work will mostly happen anyway, so
integration should be relatively easy. I don't know much about how
involved Python 2.4 support would be; perhaps people who know more can
Then there's something I know little about, but is also believed planned
for Zope 2.9:
* blob storage, file iterators
I believe the work on this is fairly far along already.
I'd be happy if this was *all* that changed in Zope 2.9. This way we can
release Zope 2.9 in the forseeable future, like, late this year. If Zope
3 is on track there will already be a Zope 3.2 release imminent by then,
but I'm okay with Zope 2.x running a version behind in the name of
getting things out of the door to the developers.
What do people think?
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