Simon Michael wrote:
+1, they are an embarrassment.
I am available to migrate them into the modern era, fix the broken
configuration, etc. I would also support someone who wants to extract
the content to moinmoin/mediawiki/svn if that were decided, though I
think that would be sad :) (or not! better than moldering along for
another few years). I can see why trac is also attractive.
Jim, I'm about to oversimplify and sound ungrateful and hopefully out of
date. Here it is: I honestly do not understand why you have not at some
point made it your business to do something about zope.org ? My thinking
goes like this: you invented zope, you are a principal of ZC, you have
the root password on that server; we out here can do a lot, but without
that power we essentially can't cure zope's crufty web presence.
Specifically, I'm talking (in this thread) about getting one of the key
tools used to publish Zope documentation upgraded or replaced. I've
almost lost interest at this point. Not that I matter so much, but I'm
at least somewhat representative.
Forgive me for ranting to you of all people, who has given us such
beautiful work. I'd like to understand better.
I'm not going to rehash the history of how we got to where we are.
Martijn, under the auspices of the Zope Foundation is leading an
effort to replace zope.org with a site or set of sites. Your help
with that effort would be greatly appreciated.
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