Stephan, thank for answer, and sorry for delay.
My approach to make some useful services and motivate people to use them.
We need zope3.org with easy, pretty, web2.0 design and very useful
services for community. I hope if we make some base parts of my plan
then we cover most of community requests.
Compare http://documentation.rubyonrails.com/ and Zope.org dev section,
differences not so dramatic. Zope3 community allready have perfect Zope3
book (ok, with some old stuff), very good tutorials on Philipp's site
(http://worldcookery.com/). If we re-represent this materials on new
zope3.org site then we cover most of newbies requests.
Stephan Richter wrote:
On Tuesday 18 October 2005 21:12, Mikhail Kashkin wrote:
I'm also want to offer me as fresh meat in this effort.
My proposition for site plan, index pages *mark*::
the outline is nice, but contains items that we do not have already; for
example it has a huge documentation section with lots of items, but none of
this type of documentation exists and you cannot expect it to magically
Having said this, I really wish someone would take ownership in developing our
zope3.org site. Unfortunately I have not heard from Uwe anymore, but someone
should contact him and see what's going on.
With that much interest I would hope that a steady developer group around
zope3.org would form. Is that possible? IS someone willed to take the lead?
Mikhail Kashkin, Key Solutions (http://keysolutions.ru/)
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