Jim Fulton wrote:

I don't think it's a matter of being "bad". It's a matter of learning from experience. We broke a lot of new ground in Zope 3 and often got things wrong because we hadn't done them before.

Okay, we're 5 years down the line now, I think it's time to start differentiating between "good enough" and "bad" rather than polishing stuff that is basically okay by rewriting it ;-)


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