[Grok-dev] Re: Grok or raw Zope?

Matias Surdi matiassurdi at gmail.com
Thu Sep 27 10:58:48 EDT 2007

Thanks a lot guys, you have been a great help for me. I think I'll follow
Grok's way and stay connected here to this mailing list.

Sebastian Ware wrote:

> I started off with Grok six months ago and I am very satisfied. I
> find that the code always turns out to be clean, easy to understand
> and easy to refactor.
> This mailing list has been excellent, I get answers to most questions
> within a couple of hours. In return I try to write short tutorials or
> recipes aimed at newbies such as myself. It's a great experience, I
> think you will have many hours of fun if you take the Grok route --
> and you will get a lot done too.
> Mvh Sebastian
> 27 sep 2007 kl. 11.06 skrev Matias Surdi:
>> Hi,
>> I'm going to start a new project in a few weeks and I'm evaluating
>> possible
>> frameworks to use.
>> My best candidate at the momment is Zope 3, since I have a couple
>> of years
>> of experience with Python and Zope 3 provides most things I will
>> need (such
>> as authentication, templates, database access, workflows, etc..).
>> We are going to build an intranet portal, where each department of the
>> company (a software development one)  has it's own area, and the
>> application should provide applications for the needs of everyone,
>> we need
>> a bug tracking system, a support platform for our customers, a
>> knowledge
>> base for our employees and customers, an many other applications...
>> So, I've no experience with Zope nor Grok.
>> I would like to receive some advice about choosing Grok or Zope. I
>> think
>> Grok is more easy to start with, but... ¿will it in the future put any
>> limit on a very big intranet application for an entire company?
>> Thanks for your comments.
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