On 10/17/07, Martin Aspeli <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Right - but you're building an application, and you're pretty
> experienced with Zope. A lot of Plone users just want to install a
> plug-in (a product), basically. Before, they just dropped it into a

It sounds like your concerns center around users of a
pluggable/extensible application (like Plone), rather than being
general Zope concerns.  It's certainly reasonable for an application
to want a plugin architecture that works that way.

Perhaps the development teams for the applications would be interested
in getting together and sharing a package that supports a plugin
architecture that works that way.  That would be a good place to share
effort without negatively impacting users who need bare-metal Zope or
the developers of applications that don't have similar
plugin-management requirements.


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