Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:

Really, I'm quite tired of trench wars like Zope 2 vs. Zope 3. Like Martijn 
said, we need
to come together, not apart. I'm starting to get the feeling that some Zope 3 
developers
rather see Zope 2 die than embrace some of its experience and community.


At the moment Zope 2 depends from Zope 3. I'm fully aware that Zope 2 is a major user of the technology now and actively want to evolve towards Zope 3. So I'm aware that we have to cooperate some way. But I'm not shure, if such a fully reunite is the right step.

It's possible to move *important and long term* packages from the Zope 2 to Zope 3 repository and support them at that place, because we already have that dependency. But and that's my point, there is really no clue bringing *everything* into Zope 3.

Total reunite is never a winning strategy because it increases complexity of a system. IMO we already reached a critical level of complexity within Zope 3. The winning strategy would be to select important parts and push off the needless.

Such a partial reunite strategy was never intended to be a war Zope 2 vs. Zope 3. It's just a question of the personal resources.

Regards,
Dominik

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