My vote is to keep them around for 2.8 and 2.9 but say goodbye after that.

Again.. it won't be easy for us, but who said progress ever was.


Jim Fulton said:
> Jake wrote:
>> As someone who has at least 5 different products using ZClasses across
>> 10
>> different websites with millions of hits a month, I am certainly not
>> happy
>> to see them go, but I do understand that their time has come.
>> If they are supported in 2.8 -> 2.9 and gone in 3.0 I guess that is ok.
> If we deprecated them now, they would be gone in 2.10 (not to be
> confused with 3.0) too.
>> Again, it is going to take me and others a lot of work to migrate out
>> our
>> data from those products into other vehicles but such is progress.
> A decision hasn't been made.  People who don't use them feel strongly
> that they should go.  I'm trying to get a sense of how widely they are
> used.  I'm trying to understand if people who use ZClasses are a silent
> majority, minority, or small minority.
> Jim
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