On Nov 27, 2007 4:47 PM, Jaroslav Lukesh <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Very nice words....
> I have near complette mirror of the old.zope.org from 2004 or 2005 if
> someone wants (and rememner that old site and good where are many products
> that you couldnot find at web now). There are many fantastic products which
> I use at near each site. So I will try to put it online.
This sounds like something that could be potentially interesting for
new new zope.org, which is currently in development. I've
cc-ed this to Martin Aspeli so he knows about this. Perhaps you could
salvage the most useful older codebases
and we can put them online - since this stuff is open source we have
the liberty to do so. We could also consider putting them in some kind
of collective-like SVN repository so that people can make changes when
they need to.
I think doing this kind of stuff would be a really worthwhile project
to breathe some new life into the classical way of using Zope. It'd
be really nice to see some life in this part of the community.
Meanwhile I hope that the Grok community can somehow learn from this
and bring some of these features back in a new form.
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