[Grok-dev] Re: Anyone feel like writing a bit of exciting text?

David Bain david.bain at alteroo.com
Mon Jun 2 13:28:25 EDT 2008

Okay... I'm going to look at doing the "exciting" text between today and
tomorrow morning.
 I expect that my contribution will be a first draft.

On Sun, Jun 1, 2008 at 3:34 PM, Martin Aspeli <optilude at gmx.net> wrote:

> Laurence Rowe wrote:
>> Martin Aspeli wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> As some of you know, there's an effort toddling along to make a better
>>> zope.org.
>>> I know Grok has its own website, but I'd quite like to promote Grok as
>>> the "easy way to Zope". To that end, the design calls for:
>>>  - a "get started" section that assumes you start off with Grok (it
>>> should also point to zopeproject or a tarball release for those who want raw
>>> Zope)
>>>  - an "examples" section that tries to demonstrate how Zope is cool and
>>> different. I think showing a bit of Grok code here would be nice, though it
>>> should focus a bit more on the general Zope (3) aspects rather than the
>>> things that make Grok unique.
>>> http://zode01.lovelysystems.com/get-started
>>> http://zode01.lovelysystems.com/examples
>>> Would anyone like to contribute some content to one or both of these
>>> sections?
>>> Martin
>> Umm, are you sure we should promote the idea that zope is pants?
>> http://zode01.lovelysystems.com/
> Apparently, it's got something to do with "standard briefs"... but everyone
> hates that picture, so it's going to be replaced.
> Martin
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