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Tom Gross wrote:
> When it comes to Zope people seem to have 2 opinions. (Maybe that's
> the 2 in the name ;-) ). A lot of people seem to use it (with or
> even without Plone) and loving it and a lot of people call it dead
> because there is (almost) no new development. At least on the Zope
> package itself. I myself like to work with Zope too but I know web
> development changed in the last couple of years and there are other
> options around. I don't know if it is worth the thing but to have a
> future Zope needs
> - A MAINTAINER!!! - MARKETING!
Oh, we great a not that bad Zope 2 site once in the past. Outcome? Zero.
> - DOCUMENTATION!
Oh, we created a not so bad docs.zope.org site. Outcome? Zero.
> - Usability improvements (frameless, responsive ZMI)
Waste of time...
> - Technical improvements (Port to Python3, WSGI, ...)
Reasonable but too hard to achieve and it longer it takes the more
pointless Zope will become.
> The technical improvements could be organized/financed with a
> pledgie the others are possibly harder to solve.
Beat me for my realistic sarcasm but Zope is a zombie.
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