On Nov 24, 2005, at 6:42 AM, Stephan Richter wrote:
On Thursday 24 November 2005 01:39, Chris McDonough wrote:
- There doesn't seem to be as much of a commitment in the
Z3 community to backwards compatibility as
there is for Z2. Notes like Stephan's last one where
he says "I have made deep changes in the past that affect
the entire architecture" as if this may happen again at
any time are pretty scary.
Except that I have provided full backward-compatibility.
That's good! But maybe you can clarify. You said in response to
Phillipp's proposal that you needed to make deep changes to Zope 3 in
the past and if the Z2 repository was merged you would be unwilling
to make such contributions again. The implication seems to be that
being able to change the codebase without regard to its external
dependents is one of your main requirements for Z3 contribution. Is
that not what you meant?
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