Previously Martin Aspeli wrote:
> Chris Withers wrote:
> >Martijn Faassen wrote:
> >>Yeah, I know this is really a "me too" post, but I think we should err
> >>on the side of conventional for our website. We can't go from
> >>out-of-date boring to cutting edge hip in one giant leap; it won't be
> >>believable. Let's stick with what people know from other sites, and
> >>emphasize our serious rock-solid powerful flexibility experience thing.
> >+ sys.maxint
> >>A few frills here and there are permitted, of course.
> >Actually, no frills please. They just come back to bite us every damned
> >time. It looks like we're gonna get lumbered with Plone again but can we
> >please please please make sure it's stable, conservative, maintainable
> >release rather than some bleeding edge thing that becomes a total
> >maintenance dead end?
> Yes. That's the point. It's vanilla Plone (well, one custom content type
> for the "feature" that fronts each section, but it's trivial) with a
> simple skin, not the FrankePlone that runs the old site. As a case in
> point, Wichert upgraded it from 3.0 to 3.1rc in about ten minutes.
More like two minutes - the rest of the time was spent setting up
supervisord for the installation.
Also note that the entire deployment (except for the Data.fs of course)
is available on svn.zope.org.
Wichert Akkerman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> It is simple to make things.
http://www.wiggy.net/ It is hard to make things simple.
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