+-------[ Philipp von Weitershausen ]----------------------
| > The proposal currently requires 3rd party code to be handed over to Zope
| > Foundation[1] AND checked into the ZF svn repository in order to be 
| > 'certified'. You indicated this was indeed the case.
| I did absolutely not. In the very first email in this thread, you asked
| whether the requirement for getting your package listed (or certified
| for that matter) was to put the code into svn.zope.org. Here's what I
| responded:
|   "No. The common repository under the wings of ZC/ZF is just *a*
|   repository that implements the ZSCP. There can be others, for example
|   the Plone repository, the collective repository (perhaps), etc."

Right, but, surely not just anyone can operate their own ZSCP. They can
follow the standards, but, they can't be self-certifying, this is where I
got confused with your reply.

Andrew Milton
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