Jens Vagelpohl <jens <at> dataflake.org> writes:
> > 1) If the Plone community were to be good Zope citizens and come up
> > with
> > some volunteers and code for an improved, interim zope.org site,
> > would ZC
> > approve?
> This is up for ZC to decide. If I was at ZC I would support it as
> long as a committed and capable subset of the Plone community (not
> Joe Shmoe off the street, but credible people) is willing to support
> the Plone side (meaning anything "above" CMF) 100%.
If the technology is basically the same as plone.org, which it probably will be
given that the use cases are so similar and we've learnt a ton of lessions from
plone.org, I think this is pretty much a given. The one thing that makes limi
fix something faster than you can say pointrelease is when plone.org looks ugly,
and when he harasses me, I fix the PloneHelpCenter and PloneSoftwareCenter.
Wiggy keeps making PlonePAS better to support plone.org LDAP, and Geoff makes
CacheFu fly on plone.org. And that's pretty much all that plone.org needs above
> > 2) Could we get support from others in the Zope community for
> > infrastructure _not_ related to Plone?
> I'm one of the people with a login, and I'm willing to support
> anything up to and including CMF.
Again - if people were a bit more proud of zope.org, I'm sure they'd be more
inclined to fix it. At the moment, it's given that it's an embarassment, so
no-one cares if it goes from bad to slightly worse.
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