[BlueBream] bluebream Digest, Vol 37, Issue 1

Tamer Higazi th982a at googlemail.com
Sat Apr 16 16:28:39 CEST 2016

I am not interisted in Grok.
I have developed something, that ís getting to be launched, and I want
to port it on long time to the application server.

Yet, I have used a "bottle.py" in an virtual environment with
zope.interface and zope.component with uWSGI behind NGINX.
However, I am not interisted in Grok. I am interisted in ZTFY or Zope3.

Thanks for the invitation in a skype session, but I think we can discuss
anything here.

best, Tamer

Am 14.04.2016 um 12:21 schrieb Christopher Lozinski:
> On 4/14/16 12:00 PM, Tamar Higazi wrote:
>> Hi people!
>> I am interisted to keep "bluebream" alive... is bluebream further
>> maintained ?
>> As I am finishing my second application I want to use an application
>> server, not any frameworks anymore.
> Your best bet is to start with grok.install
> https://github.com/clozinski/grok.install
> Grok makes it very easy to use zope/bluebream.
> Object Publishing is a great way to bring down your software
> development costs compared to
> traditional approaches.
> http://blogory.org//about/infoshare-pitch-deck.pdf/index
> grok.install is the basis of zopache.com, privacv.com/zope, and
> blogory.org/python.  Any day now blogory.org will be the world's
> largest python directory.
> I am happy to support you in this process. 
> We can chat on skype if you have any questions.
> I am clozinski on skype.
> What are you planning on building?
> Regards
> Chris
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