Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
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On 6 Sep 2006, at 02:04, Fred Drake wrote:
On 9/5/06, Carlos de la Guardia
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I frequently blog about Zope, and recently posted a list of 10
reasons why I
think Zope 3 is kind of invisible to the Python community (see my
http://blog.delaguardia.com.mx ). One of the things that I talk about in
that post is that the Zope community tends to interact more through its
mailing lists than its blogs, as opposed to other so-called modern
frameworks, like Django and Turbogears.
Interesting. I've always considered blogs to be fairly invisible
since I have to go look for them, whereas for mailing lists I can sign
up for things I'm interested in.
Exactly. This is a matter of taste, nothing else. Mailing list email
comes to me. Blogs I have to seek out and go there. Sorry, too much
effort for much hot air of dubious quality ;)
Lol, and lists like this one here do NOT have hot air of dubious quality?
It *is* a matter of taste, sure. However, the effects of buzz through
blogging cannot be denied. My blog for instance is in the
planet.python.org aggregator, which has made at least a few Pythonistas
aware of it. If Zope were to appear there more often, perhaps it won't
be forgotten that often anymore.
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