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Christophe Combelles wrote:
> I believe packages such as z3c.form, z3c.macro, z3c.template, z3c.pagelet
> many others) are among the most important packages. I wonder why they are not
> included in the ZTK? I always end up using them, I believe they should even
> part of the core ZTK.
> If they are not part of the core, I would like them to be part of a
> *community.cfg* list. There already is a community.cfg list in BlueBream, but
> don't like having many foobartoolkit in the wild, with many package lists to
> maintain. It's already difficult enough to maintain just 1 list for the
> zopetoolkit. Let's focus on it.
"Clumping" vs. "splitting" debates are endless, in many fields. In the
case of the ZTK, we have tried to say that the "core" toolkit consists
only of packages in wide use by more than one of the "constituent"
communities: any package which doesn't meet that criterion should just
be managed by the community which already cares for it.
If that community organizes automated testing for it package set(s), and
publishes results (especially failures) for those packages when used
with the core, then the broader communitiy has proved willing to work to
resolve those problems.
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 tsea...@palladion.com
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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