On 2/7/06, Jeff Shell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Something that I admire about Ruby on Rails, Django, MochiKit, and > TurboGears all is that they're opinionated, proud of it, clear in > their message, and all seem to have a similar degree of respect for > simplicity and communication.
Hi! Just a (recent) example from TG : > I've set up a CafePress store for all that TurboGears swag you've been > dying to have! > > It's under construction (the store header is not ideal, and the G-gear > needs some fixing up before it goes well on t-shirts), but it's fully > functional given that CafePress does all of the actual work. > > Thanks to Richard Koorb (who we have to thank for our shiny new > graphics as it is), there are a couple of shirt designs specifically > for PyCon 2006! That's why I wanted to let you all know about the > store before it's even done... there's realistically only a few days > to order one of those shirts to get it in time for PyCon. > > http://store.turbogears.org > > or if that's not working for you yet: > > http://www.cafepress.com/turbogears -- Sébastien Douche <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> XPDay France le 23 & 24 Mars 2006 - séminaire sur l'agilité. Venez découvrir les méthodes agiles // http://www.xp-france.net _______________________________________________ Zope3-dev mailing list Zope3firstname.lastname@example.org Unsub: http://mail.zope.org/mailman/options/zope3-dev/archive%40mail-archive.com