On Jul 4, 2009, at 8:41 PM, Chris McDonough wrote:
> On 7/4/09 7:55 PM, Stephan Richter wrote:
>> On Saturday 04 July 2009, Christian Theune wrote:
>>> I took the Zope 3.4 KGS, removed the obvious packages that do not
>>> to the ZTK out of the list and created a home for the master list
>>> defines which packages belong to the ZTK.
>>> It's in the Zope toolkit documentation:
>>> So, if you see that a package is missing or is classified in the
>>> way, then please speak up.
>> To be honest, I am very disappointed by this list. It is totally
>> to me since it does not represent any list with which I can build
>> even a
>> fairly simple application today. There is not a single z3c package
>> in there.
> Maybe not surprisingly I have the opposite feeling. To me, it's
> already a
> pretty large set of "definite" packages (~60), and a definitely
> large set of
> "definite" + "under review" packages (~120). Are we going to be
> able to
> maintain all that software over time?
> If we do, will we have time to do
> anything else?
Yes. Generally, these packages should require very little
maintenance. They've gotten a lot recently to try to reduce
dependencies, but I don't think they'll need much going forward.
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