>>> Ken Manheimer wrote
> (Do you think the perl folks are, conversely, going to feel they have
> to know python?  I have to say, i esteem python enough to think that
> the ultimate result will be increasing prevalence and preference for
> python.)

I think it's fair to say that I'm not one of perl's biggest fans. 

Initially when I read about this, I was a bit concerned - it did seem
like it was leading down a bad scary path. After thinking about it 
some more, I'm still a bit concerned, but I also think that this will
be a nice bit of bait to use when hooking in new developers. If 
it including building Products in Perl, I'd be a bit more concerned,
since one of the Really Nice things about Zope is the available Products,
and just how easy they are to read and work with. Perl Products would be...
um... unpleasant. But I've seen no indication that this is happening.


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