Simon Michael wrote:
Hi Martijn, thanks for your response. I'm replying on-list -
Martijn Faassen wrote:
Jim's answer about brittle mess on the mailing list makes it clear.
It makes his thinking clear, yes. I'm not clear on why he thinks that
way. I would think: a zope.org that's so fragile it can't be touched by
Jim Fulton is intolerable, and if upgrading a product risks breaking
some of it, so be it; the bits that broke were in the way.
I don't have any mystic power that allows me to understand any Zope
application. I am also not a CMF developer.
What you need to do in order to get Apache access is contact Rob Page
([EMAIL PROTECTED]) (I've cc-ed him) and get and sign the agreement with ZC
that you won't break their hosting environment.
That's not enough to change the apache config. If you want to make a change
to the apache config, I'll make it for you. I'll be happy to work with someone
on irc at an agreed upon time.
- I understand why the paperwork exists, but I think it represents some
bureaucracy that is near the root of the problem with zope.org.
to engage with it only repeats the cycle of private email, delay, loss
of momentum, and prolongs the bigger problem. Give a volunteer a login,
and (s)he'll get to work..
Again, I agree.
This is necessary because zope.org is hosted in the same cluster with our
commercial customers and we have to be extremely conservative. This
is why zope.org needs to move to a new home.
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