On Tuesday 18 October 2005 09:20, Tim Harder wrote:
> By the way. Is Zope 3 considered to be a stable release to be used for
> productive enviroment?
Zope 3 is used in several larger production sites already. Public applications
include Launchpad, SchoolTool and Tiks. But there are several custom
solutions written too.
> I understand it is a stable release (at least
> it's what it is called at zope.org), but development does not seem to be
The development of Zope 3 will probably never be done. We will always enhance
Zope 3 to our needs.
> Or in other terms, shall I develop new applications with Zope3 or stick
> to Zope2 for another couple of month?
If you have the choice, I would definitely go with Zope 3.
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