Well Gijs, you've got some points right in what you're saying BUT...
If you know some HTML and Stylesheets why don't you revamp the interface yourself. I
Look for dtml files in your Zope root. When you open them you'll see that it's good
I, for example, have a small monitor and not much space for long lists of objects, so
I changed that in one single line of HTML. Neither did I like the boring white
Change: <body> to <body bgcolor="color">
I used to think that Linux was ugly and Windows was nicer. Then I realized that if I
spend a couple of mins on customizing Enlightment or KDE, I can have it exaclty the
way I want it. Even better than Windows!
Isn't Open Source software cute?
----- Original Message -----
From: Gijs Reulen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: Mailinglist Zope <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Sunday, July 16, 2000 2:27 PM
Subject: RE: [Zope] linuxworld article
> I think the author is right about the interface of Zope. Take a look at what
> Enhydra has to offer:
> What the author especially is missing in Zope is something line Enhydra DODS
> (Data Object Design Studio), an grafical interactive way to combine objects
> and relational data. And 'coming soon' an interactive app-builder...
> Zope Studio depends on Mozilla, but how long will that all take to complete
> Besides laking a slick interface, Zope is missing the real interactivity
> Enhydra can offer; Java apps on the server and on the client can communicate
> directly and therefore make a lot more visually possible in terms of
> administration, debugging, etc.
> A solution ?
> Has anyone at Digital Creations yet taken a look at Beehive's MetaPublisher
> ? I think that is the way to go for the short term (Studio being long term)
> ! Nice looking browser interface, combining data and databases, wizards,
> Python and Zope has momentum NOW, but if we fail to deliver at least some of
> the features other platforms have (and the number will increase; for example
> with Borland Delphi comming to Linux, so will WebHUB, a webplatform for
> Delphi !) new users will be disappointed and go somewhere else.
> Zope deserves better then being a temporary hype :-(
> > http://www.linuxworld.com/linuxworld/lw-2000-07/lw-07-penguin_2.html
> > Hmm...what is your opinion on the article above? I'm interested to see the
> > author's comparison btwn Enhydra and Zope.
> > regards,
> > firestar
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