2006/2/7, Shane Hathaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Alexander Limi wrote:
> > The original discussion never suggested code names for releases, but a
> > brand name to help Zope 3 separate itself from Zope 2 - since it is a
> > *completely* different beast.
> Random thought... hehe... Zope Cubed. It's only a typographical change
> from Zope 3. The tagline would be "Zope, raised to a higher power!"
> It's a vague reference to cubicles, where "enterprise developers"
> usually work. It's also a vague reference to Cubism, which lets the
> viewer see many perspectives from a single viewpoint, like Zope 3, which
> lets the developer accomplish many objectives using a single framework. :-)
It's also an exponential increase in power.
Cubism was an innovation allowing multiple views of an object.
2006/2/8, Martin Aspeli <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Zope^3 :)
That's brilliant. It works in ASCII, or in normal text in a paragraph
of a magazine. Now, try it in a few different typefaces, and make it
big. Zope^3 is *far* more visually interesting than 'Zope3'.
2006/2/8, Alexander Limi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Too bad this is already the name for the experimental Plone integration
> work with Zope 3. :)
Too bad? I'd say it's perfect. All the apps will get cubed. :-)
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