Baiju M wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 2:34 PM, Hermann Himmelbauer <du...@qwer.tk> wrote:
>> - I think, Zope 3 is not only about some seperate packages, but about a
>> complete "programming experience". Thus there needs to be some integrating
>> force, that draws together all these packages, writes some documentation /
>> tutorial / website etc.
> I believe packages developed as part of the Zope 3 project is
> here to stay for a long time (of course, after dependency cleanup
> some of them may become obsolete). This will happen even if some
> of the frameworks based on it are no more available.
I'm fine if some people want to get together and organize "Zope 3" to
offer an integrated experience. Zope 3 is the thing people install and
start projects with. It's what should have a website explaining what it
is all about.
It's not what the Zope Framework Steering Group cares for however. It
doesn't directly care for Zope 3. Zope 3 is explictly *not* the Zope
Framework project, just like Grok isn't the Zope Framework project. Both
have a stake in the project and will participate in the project, but
just like the Zope Framework Steering Group doesn't manage
grok.zope.org, it won't manage zope3.zope.org (if such a thing exists)
While I'm quite interested in volunteering to help coordinate Zope
Framework development, I'm not at all interested in volunteering to help
coordinate Zope 3 app server development.
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