On Monday 02 March 2009, Martijn Faassen wrote:
> If you say we shouldn't maintain a known good set, then other systems
> building on top of this will need to maintain their independent lists
> all by themselves, and there's less chance that Zope 2's, Zope 3's and
> Grok's list will agree. I think such an agreement is a good idea.

I totally agree. In fact we even have an example of this happening. Zope 
Corp., at some point, maintained an internal list of package versions (before 
the KGS existed). The community largely worked with the latest released 
packages. So both Benji (for ZC) and I were working on zc.testbrowser and we 
were constantly fixing test breakages when the other person made a checkin, 
because the different package sets produced different output. Having one 
overall accepted KGS for the entire community to test with, is a great common 
denominator that also makes debugging a lot easier.

Stephan Richter
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