On 2/9/06, Chris Cogdon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > I'm trying to get started quickly (of course), and want to do it > reading as much documentation as possible, without depending on you > fine folk too much for help. From my research it seems that there's a > bunch of documentation and tutorials geared around Zope 2, but not > anywhere near as much for Zope 3, and Zope 3 seems a vastly different > beast than '2'.
Right. > So, my question is... should I stick with Zope 2 for the moment (with > its plethora of documentation), or dive right into Zope 3 and battle it > out (and depend more on the community for any lack of documentation)? > In particular, I DO want a decent tutorial to work through to get me > started (and I cant find one of any depth at all for Zope 3). Quick answer: If you need a product that runs on Zope 2, like for example CPS, Plone or Silva, you should use Zope 2. Otherwise you should use Zope3. Longer answer: http://blogs.nuxeo.com/sections/blogs/lennart_regebro/2005_10_04_zope2-vs-zope3-faq I'd guess you'd be more happy with Zope3. It's much more Pythonic. > Or... can I use the Zope 2 tutorials to work through Zope 3 ?? Nope. _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users