On Thu, Aug 10, 2000 at 09:14:11AM +0100, Seb Bacon wrote:
> > I am currently implementing Skinnable objects for Zope 
> > that'll allow you to
> > easily define an alternative version of the management 
> > interface, and switch
> > between these interfaces very easily. You could build your 
> > own version that
> > doesn't use JavaScript at all.
> this is fantastic news.  as a newcomer to zope, i have found the (lack of)
> distinction between the programming interface and the content management
> interface troubling when designing content management interfaces for
> clients.  every now and again i start creating new, simplified management
> screens that fit in with the branding of the site they manage; but
> eventually i find i'm duplicating the management interface and end up by
> giving up and teaching clients how to use that.
> is there any info on zope.org about these skinnable objects, or about this
> issue in general?  how will they interface with the zope api?  have you
> decided on the default skin functionality?  when can we expect to see a
> release?  i'm all excited....

Documentation is all still geared towards implementation, everything about the
project is at:


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