This sounds like a good idea, IMHO. The Zope Book doesn't go into much
detail about technologies outside Zope. It sounds like your book would,
and this would be a good thing.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dieter Maurer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2000 10:45 AM
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> Subject: [Zope] [Ann] Another Zope Book
> Dear Zopistas,
> I plan to write another book about Zope: "Building Dynamic WebSites
> with Zope".
> The book idea:
> Realize a demanding dynamic WebSite with Zope.
> Describe everything that is necessary for this purpose.
> This will contain:
> Components: catalogs, sessions, topics, news, discussions,
> stores, mails, LoginManager, customizers, workflows, ...
> Programming: building your own components (ZClasses and
> Product API)
> There will be some overlap with the official Zope book.
> However, my book has a different focus:
> I will not be complete about Zope. I will just
> describe the 40 per cent of features that are used
> for 85 per cent of the applications.
> I will cover aspects of dynamic Web publishing not
> directly related to Zope such as e.g. the basics of
> HTTP requests and HTML form processing.
> I will mainly stay near the concrete example dynamic
> What do you think about my plan?
> Do you feel, it is worth persuing or redantant in view of the
> official Zope book?
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