The anwser is: Zope is dead. Move on
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> Am 06.09.2014 um 16:20 schrieb Milind Khadilkar <zedobj...@gmail.com>:
> Afraid I am no longer actively looking for a development platform...
> Have been involved with teams working on Zope2, Zope3, Grok, ZTK and to some
> extent Pyramid... over a 12 year period ( :( no contribution to community,
> alas!) but not at this point.
> But every now and then discussions bring up Zope, and well, with lot of
> fondness, the kind of fondness reserved for memories of the dead... and I
> hope to be able to shout out and say "Hey, look at Zope4".
> I still remember that Philip von Weitershausen had said in the promotional of
> his forthcoming book that Zope4 makes Grok look so old...
> Note the present tense. (of course thereafter he called it a April Fool's
> Hence I wondered, where is Zope4.
>> On Sat, Sep 6, 2014 at 7:30 PM, Andreas Jung <li...@zopyx.com> wrote:
>> Better look into Pyramid
>> Andreas Jung
>> Sorry for being brief - sent from a mobile device.
>> > Am 06.09.2014 um 14:01 schrieb Milind Khadilkar <zedobj...@gmail.com>:
>> > Hi everyone,
>> > Hope Zope is being used in its different forms very actively all over, the
>> > silence on this list notwithstanding.
>> > I have not followed Zope for more than a year now, but do visit the site
>> > once in a while.
>> > Is Zope4 planned as a sort of "named" release with downloadables? Or would
>> > there be an implicit release when all constituents have achieved what is
>> > expected from them in Zope4?
>> > Thanks.
>> > Best wishes
>> > Milind Khadilkar
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