-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Christopher Lozinski wrote:
> On 7/31/14, 9:13 PM, Fernando Martins wrote:
>> I wonder if it was not a case of over-engineering that helped
>> zope's community fragmentation.
> That is correct. You know the famous saying by P.J. Eby
> Those who do not study Zope, are condemned to reinvent it.
> Well that is because every concept known to software developers is
> in there. There is no clear directory into the concepts/software
> libraries. And worse yet, when I want to use any of those concepts it
> does not have a clear human interface, documentation and mental
> model, so that I have to go and read the source code. It is a human
> factors disaster. Particularly if your boss is on your back asking
> what you have done today. "I just spent two days trying to
> understand the zope security model. Turns out I do not need it" Is
> not an acceptable reply. Which is literally how I spent my last two
> days. I had to understand it before I could decide to toss parts of
> it out. Fortunately I do not have a boss.
> I now understand that my arguments on the mailing list were really
> about software engineering vs Human Factors. My training was in
> industrial engineering, rather than computer science. Using last
> centuries technologies is an unmitigated human factors disaster.
> Sure the future is giant libraries of reusable components, but there
> is no viable way to get there from here. There needs to be a graceful
> So the Zopache user mental model starts with 4 simple TTW classes.
> HTML, CSS, Javascipt, and Images. It will be easy for people to put
> up their HTML resumes on my next generation recruiting website
> PrivaCV.com. And from there the next branch of the hierarchical
> menu will have some more options for them to explore and learn. One
> step at a time.
> Thank you so much for helping me to understand the context of the
> work I am doing.
You are arguing and blathering every other year the same nonsense
without any outcome. Do you have a mission? Do you have a goal?
Have we seen any contribution, any code from you side of the last decade?
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (Darwin)
Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org
** No cross posts or HTML encoding! **
(Related lists -