--On 13. Juli 2008 19:38:01 +0300 Mark Hammond <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Since Zope3 is not a successor to Zope2 but a
completely different thing I do not think this is problematic.

That too seems a shame to me.  So if I found myself with an investment in
Zope2 but was looking to the future, Zope3 will not even *attempt* to
provide a smoother path for me than, say, moving to django or another
alternative framework?

How about GROK?

I guess the fact the first 4 letters of "zope2" and "zope3" being the same
did imply some sense of continuation in at least *some* things...

That's reason why the term "zope 3" should be phased out and replaced with "Zope web components" or something similar. You're not the only one being confused by this.


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