[BlueBream] bluebream Digest, Vol 37, Issue 5

Christopher Lozinski lozinski at freerecruiting.com
Wed Apr 20 15:53:44 CEST 2016

On 4/20/16 12:00 PM, Tamar wrote:
> The security model of course is a different one.

>  I'm looking for well
> supported software, and I am sure as Plone is living, like it does now
> Zope2 has a great success story and lot's of volunteers.

Plone includes both Zope 3 and Zope 2.  If you just want Zope 3/ ZTK,
just use it.
As long as Plone will be alive, so will ZTK be alive. 

Adding in Zope 2 is a very very bad idea.  As you have noticed.

> PS: About ZODB. I don't really love to rely only on ZODB.... I saw
> relstorage where any relational database can be used instead ZODB.
The magic is really in Persistent Python.

You can run Persistent Python on top of ZODB, ZeroDB, NEO or Durus. 
Your choice of 4 different databases that support persistent python. 

> Are there any plans to run Zope on MongoDB ?

The question is do you do security on views, or security on methods? 

And what is your permissions model?

I love zope.securitypolicy. 

The zope 2 security policy is well, that is why I switched off of Zope 2.


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