Tim Nash wrote:
>  > Installing Plone in such a case is only the solution if one has no 
> better idea about doing things
> *sigh* ...and people wonder why the zope community is dying.

That Zope community moved off and became the Plone community long ago.
I'd argue that anyone starting a new project in plain Zope 2 nowadays 
would doesn't already have years of experience with Zope is making a 

...and those people would probably use repoze nowadays anyway.

> I have my very reasonable way of using zope/plone and personal attacks 
> are not going to change my mind.

Pointing out you're wrong is not a personal attack. Telling you that you 
smell would be a personal attack ;-)


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