I couldn't disagree more.

Moving Zope3 off of Zope.org is a big mistake. Zope 3 is part of Zope is
it not? Shouldn't it be on that website?

It just seems silly and short-sighted to try to break out one from the
other, when all Zopes (1/2/3......10/11/12) belong on that one website.

Wasn't that the point of moving CMF back from cmf.zope.org?

Why not spend the time and energy making Zope.org a better place than just
moving it off to yet another under-developed and utilized website?

My $.03


Benji York said:
> Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
>> b) It is exactly the opposite of what we've been trying to do for the
>>  last couple of months: convergence, not divergence!
> I think that differentiating Zope 3 from Zope 2 is a good thing.
>> If we want Zope 3 and its Component Architecture to be recognized by
>> people, it needs to be a first class citizen on zope.org, not some
>> separate site.
> Nothing says that zope3.org can't be prominently displayed on zope.org.
>> Why? Because Zope 2 will soon incorporate lots of Zope 3 technology
>> (it already does incorporate some),
> I would posit that there are *many* non-Zope 2 users, and that is a
> group we need to attract.  Too closely associating Zope 2 and Zope 3
> will only inhibit that.
>> making it all look like two separate worlds is far from reality.
> I'm more interested in promoting Zope 3 than having web site structure
> reflect reality.
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> Senior Software Engineer
> Zope Corporation
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