Hi 

[...]
> 
> Martijn Faassen wrote:
> 
> > ...
> > Outside the Zope community Zope 3 doesn't have such a great image 
> > indeed. It's either ignored, or it's actively rejected. 
> There is a lot 
> > of competition with other frameworks. Zope 3 is currently not doing 
> > particularly well in this competition, something we need to 
> fix, but 
> > that's another topic for another thread. It doesn't change that 
> > inviting in the Zope 2 developers is most effective thing 
> we can do at 
> > present to grow the Zope 3 community.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Martijn
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> It is a bit like this: the zope2 community wants the zope3 technology 
> and zope3 wants the zope2 community.
> 
> I think the question about the technology should be treated 
> as such on a 
> technical level, by bridging the technical gap (Five, common 
> repositories, writing tutorials for zope2 developers, 
> collaborating on 
> common modules, adapting zope2 concepts like TTW editing to Zope3 but 
> without reproducing the zope2 skin and templates mess, etc).
> 
> But the question about the communities involves more complicated 
> aspects, i.e. marketing issues, licenses, competition, 
> strategies, etc. 
> The repository is not the answer. This has to be solved on a higher 
> level, Zope Foundation, updated ZPL license, ... where a 
> social contract 
> is agreed on.
> 
> So let's not pretend that everything can be solved on a technological 
> level even though lots of it can ..

+1 for that

Regards
Roger Ineichen

> Regards
> /JM
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