Oh, also note, that zope3 releases actually happen and the latest one
(according to SVN) is 3.4.0c7 (released on sept 2008). But they are
released in form of versions.cfg file for KGS (like
http://download.zope.org/zope3.4/versions-3.4.0c7.cfg) instead of
tarballs. I think this is the most important thing that should be
mentioned on the website.
Correct me if I am wrong. :)
2008/12/21 Alek <the...@poczta.onet.pl>:
> For some time, I have a bad, worrisome feeling that Zope3 development pace
> has slew down.
> Today looked to zope wiki and discovered that there are virtually no new
> articles. I've also found that last release is almost one year old and zope
> 3.4.0c0 is not even a real release, but a release candidate. Someone would
> say: hey, but maybe the development has just been decentralized? Zope 3.4 is
> the first eggified release, so maybe the development just moved to eggs
> (z3c.* and others).
> But I digged deeper and searched for some stats of Zope3-Users traffic,
> thanks to google. What I found I have published on a chart at
> http://pmiblog.blox.pl/2008/12/Is-Zope3-Dead.html. The traffic is at least
> half lower in 2008 than in 2007.
> Maybe the traffic moved somewhere else - to Wiki? This hypothesis haven't
> worked: I looked to zope 3 wiki and:
> the last new topic is 3 months old
> last month there is one edit of a topic
> After July 2008 there was not a one month with more than 5 edits.
> To summarize: It seems that zope3 development and engegement have been
> stalled for over half a year.
> Any thoughts? Have I missed some switch to other communication channels? Or
> maybe grok really took away all hearts and souls?
> What are the causes of the slowdown? Or maybe I just misinterpret the
> Warm Regards,
> Zope3-users mailing list
WBR, Dan Korostelev
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