I use zmi as a basic ui for viewing objects bacause we get basic views
for some default content, navigating the object store, and configuring
local security settings on objects, and configuring per instance tools.

And this is mainly because in the early stages of our projects we haven't built
the UI.  Oh and we probably wouldn't integrate some the tool
management in our UI like pluggable auth components.


On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 12:34 AM, Martijn Faassen
<faas...@startifact.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
> In the whole discussion about Zope 3 I saw very few people speak up for
> the Zope 3 ZMI.
> So, who finds the Zope 3 ZMI useful? What parts of it do you find
> useful? Are you interested in helping maintain it?
> Note that I'm talking about the concrete Zope 3 ZMI here, not the
> general concept of the ZMI. I think there are quite a few useful
> concepts surrounding the ZMI, but the Zope 3 ZMI isn't that good at
> making any of these concepts work right now, in my opinion.
> If we get a consensus that the ZMI in Zope 3 isn't actually used a lot,
> we could take a lot more drastic action in removing it from our codebase
> than we've done before. If people are using it, we shouldn't do that of
> course.
> Regards,
> Martijn
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