Jim Fulton wrote:
On Feb 5, 2008, at 9:49 AM, Hermann Himmelbauer wrote:
> Hi, At first, thanks to the newest Zope-3.4.0c1 release. I just
> installed it from the tarball and it seems to work.
> However, I'm still somehow technically overwhelmed by installing
> Zope3 the egg-style way - maybe it's not that hard, but I can't
> really find a good entry point to that topic. It would probably
> also be a good thing to outline this at the zope.org website (btw.,
> the releases listed there are quite old).
> For a beginner like me, I'm confronted with a lot of technical (and
> complicated) things, where I don't know what I need or what to
> choose (buildout, zopeproject, Egg, PyPi, SVN, grok, setuptools
> etc.), so something like a "Howto install Zope3 the Egg-style way"
> would be very, very handy.
In fact, I started an effort to document this, but I want more help
from this group. I had announced two book projects to this list earlier.
The first one was a failure , but the second one I succeded with
help from you all . I am going to re-start the first effort
again, I hope this time it will be a success :)
The new book, "Web Application Development Using Python and
Zope Components" will be available from here:
I welcome all of you to join this effort here:
You can create branches there (no need to become a member - just a
launchpad.net login would be enough)
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