Martins answer doens't seem to have arrived here, so sorry for the
weird quoting:

> On 21 Apr 2008, at 11:53 , Martin Aspeli wrote:
> > Does it really matter whether a microsite lives in
> > or

As mentioned, no.But it's important that it is it's own site, running
it's own version of the software, so that it can be maintained
seperately without having to upgrade all of

>  I agree with Martin. We need to stop the balkanization of Zope-the-brand.
> Yes, we have many individual projects, but we need a coherent image to the
> outside world. Microsites was a good idea to get foundation site and the
> Grok site up and running *before* tackling, but in the long run, we
> need coherence.
>  Also, to be honest, I don't find the design of the new Grok website very
> attractive. And the foundation site is simple enough to be folded back into
> the main site.

I understand these points, but I repeat one last time: has
been in dire need of upgrade for more than five years. It got one in
the beginning of this, and that produced a that wasn't very
much better, and since then, nothing happened. The main reason for
failure is that it is a monolithic gigant.

Don't make that mistake again.


Lennart Regebro: Zope and Plone consulting.
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