Simon Michael wrote:
Doing nothing means that we are stuck with a broken and unmaintained
1 site as our public face for awhile longer. I don't think any of us
really want that.
I piggyback on Geoff's insightful post and say the same thing about
Zwiki. It's bad marketing for the project I'm trying to grow here,
forgetting about Zope for a moment.
I mailed Rob and Jim directly offering to help with an upgrade. They are
the only people I know who could unblock the red tape that keeps
zope.org static. No response (under their radar, I expect).
So where does this leave us ? Isn't it time to fork zope.org ? Not in
the destructive bad-feeling sense. I mean isn't it up to we the
community to get organized, get focussed and build what we really want,
prove with running code and *happy users* that it works, and then come
back to see if Zope corp. wants to point zope.org there ? I don't expect
one such attempt will be enough, there should be several. I've done it
once at zopewiki.org. I'd love to see some plone-based visions of zope.org.
May i suggest you have a look at
I'd like to invite you to join the effort - but I don't want to think
about forking zope.org and i immediately loose interest when you say plone.
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