I don't think the issue is technical, or GUI/UI related. There may be
stuff to discuss there, but that
wasn't by point.
One of the reasons zope.org may be hard to fix is that (a) zope.org
is a big complicated site that needs a real commitment,
(b) few people can directly work on it, (c) cleaning it up will be
painful and probably involve
controversial decisions including removal of useful legacy data.
(As an aside, Dieter M suggested I move this discussion to zope-dev
which I am doing. He
is an inestimable assert to the community and anybody who uses Zope
owes him a huge debt.)
On Sep 26, 2007, at 3:07 PM, Dieter Maurer wrote:
Gregory Dudek wrote at 2007-9-26 10:45 -0400:
I am not criticizing the people on this list or the other Zope
developers: I have enormous appreciation for what has been built, I
just would hate to see is dwindle in vitality and use.
Thank you for your suggestions!
I do not belong to those who can fix the problem you have described
a pure backend developper) but nevertheless I appreciate that you
have spoken up.
If you do not get further responses, you may try again
on "[EMAIL PROTECTED]". I am not sure that the core team is around
on this list.
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