[BlueBream] At least we have some negative responses
ktenney at gmail.com
Wed Jan 20 11:00:10 EST 2010
On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 5:34 AM, Baiju M <mbaiju at zeomega.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 5:00 PM, Gustavo Rahal
> <grahal at linux.vnet.ibm.com> wrote:
>> Em Qua, 2010-01-20 às 10:04 +0100, Hermann Himmelbauer escreveu:
>>> Am Mittwoch 20 Januar 2010 06:13:57 schrieb Baiju M:
>>> > Hi All,
>>> > Today I started collecting negative feedbacks here:
>>> > http://wiki.zope.org/bluebream/NegativeFeedbacks
>>> > I hope we can address those issues ?
>>> Well, I personally think, that scepticism and some ranting was predictable.
>>> Although comments like "Zope changing it's name to BlueBream? Sounds even
>>> more retarded..." are dispensable, I think our reaction to such polemic
>>> should be threefold:
>>> 1) Don't directly answer to such comments - it's a waste of time
Right, comments like above come from folks who have no interest other than
seeking attention by being annoying ... trolls
>>> 2) Understand, that what people really say is: "I doubt that changing the name
>>> only will help" - and they are right: What changes things are facts and not
>>> names, so simply let's go on with the roadmap on which end there is not only
>>> a name but a usable product.
>>> 3) Maybe the documentation could have some explanation where what technology
>>> fits in. This way people may actually understand better what this is about.
>>> Some suggestion about this can be seen in the attachment, although it is
>>> probably incomplete. Having such a thing on the Zope website itself, whereas
>>> these boxes could be actual links to the project sites could help, too.
>>> Best Regards,
>> +1 for comments and diagram concept. Ignoring rant and trying to grasp
>> part of the underling message is important (like what comment 2 did).
> For now, I put a slightly modified version here:
> Can anyone can add few sentences there, so that we can put it in our main
> documentation itself.
I will put some naming back story in the introduction / overview, the naming
story is pretty simple given wikipedia lists zope and blue bream as synonyms.
> Baiju M
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