On Tuesday 21 February 2006 08:50, Lennart Regebro wrote:
> OK, so it is now clear from Stephans comments that thsi really is two
> separate proposals, just mixed into one file because of Stephans
> workload. I think we should properly split them up, because this
> clearly made a lot of people confused, and I wonder if anybody that
> read this proposal realized that this was two independent things. I
> sure didn't.
I think it was a lack of communication, If section 3.1 (as it does now in my
local copy) clearly states that packages are not required to live in the
Common Repository, it is fine.
> So, the idea is to have a website for listing Zope3 products with it's
> certification. And another idea is to have a common repository, with
> rules for that. One question is then what requirements to have on
> repositories that join into the certification process. Same as on the
> ZF repository? None at all? Something in the middle?
I have not figured this out yet. :-) I think we need one implementation first,
to see how it will work. For example, the CERTIFICATION.xml file should
always live in the common repository or a even more secured place to ensure
validity of the process. I think we will quickly figure out ways to do that,
once we have done it once.
I think a lot of code can be reused. I have started a package that aims at
providing an implementation of the process independently from the
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