Something like this was proposed by Stephan some 1.5 year ago.
He did some quite detailed specs for it.
Tuesday, September 4, 2007, 8:45:15 AM, you wrote:
> Carlos de la Guardia a écrit :
>> the other day I commented on my blog  about the lack of information
>> on the Zope3 wiki about popular/important libraries or modules (I wanted
>> to say products but I hear that's passé). Since I brought this up, I
>> though the least I could do was to create a page about this myself, but
>> I need help, because I'm just a Zope 3 beginner.
>> Could some of you please mention your favorite or most useful libraries
>> for Zope 3? I will research some of those mentioned and create a wiki
>> page based on this information.
>> Thanks a lot.
>> Carlos de la Guardia
> That's a really good idea! I wanted to do this once my current job is
> We can already browse the modules on pypi,
> but it would be good to have a page that summarizes all the useful zope3-only
> packages, with a user point-of-view, common use cases for each package, with
> schemas and screen captures (if there are widgets).
> And not only for 3rd-party packages, but also for the core zope3 packages. I
> regularly discover new components in it.
> I will surely help
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