Thanks for the answer. I should have explained why I wanted to know. I've been away from Zope 3 or 4 years (so I missed those emails) and I am now tasked with preparing a workshop for next year (as I re-learn everything too). I know that is one of the questions I'll get. So, I wanted to be able to answer it.
Though they carry no semantic significance, namespaces do always have a root. Cheers, Tim On Thu, 2007-07-19 at 11:28 -0400, Benji York wrote: > Tim Cook wrote: > > Does z3c stand for Zope 3 Component? > > It stands for "Zope 3 community", but (IMO), name space package names, > while mnemonic, don't actually confer meaning. In other words, just > because Zope Corp uses zc. as our name space doesn't mean anything other > than we were the ones that created the project. > > Summary: name space packages are just for uniquifying package names. -- Timothy Cook, MSc Health Informatics Research Services http://home.comcast.net/~tw_cook/ 01-904-322-8582
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