Martin Aspeli wrote:
Anyway - I hope these perspectives are useful. I'm certainly not disagreeing
with what you're saying or with the direction you're pointing out. I think
we just need be mindful that there were some good things about the past
approaches as well as problems (not that you're not).
I think we're in strong agreement. I think we need both the Framework
and the apps that use the Framework, including Zope2/Plone-style pluggable
apps. I think we need to keep these efforts somewhat distinct though.
I'd love to see projects that focus on building killer apps on top of the
Zope 3 framework. I just want people to understand that the application
!= the framework.
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