[Grok-dev] Re: sprint mini-report 6 (last day wrapup)

Kamon Ayeva kamon.ayeva at gmail.com
Tue May 6 08:32:55 EDT 2008

On Tue, May 6, 2008 at 2:03 PM, eric casteleijn <thisfred at gmail.com> wrote:

> Kamon Ayeva wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Thanks for the great time we spent at the sprint and for your hard work.
> >
> > I was also thinking there should be a subject for the "Zope2 support".
> > It would be great if a group of people start using five.grok and report
> > about their experiences so it gains in terms of bug fixing and spread.
> > I for one would like to start using it (just with its current directive
> > coverage, to start) in Plone projects. Is there a stable svn branch
> > available ?
> >
> I worked on getting five.grok working again with the refactored trunks of
> martian and grokcore.component, which I figured was the right thing to do as
> five.grok seemed to still be in an experimental stage anyway, and depended
> directly on the trunk of both.

Great. I will test that later this week.

> I think there is another refactoring coming up, and I think that we should
> probably wait for that and make our code work with it before doing something
> like a release.

Ok, let's do that.

> The trunk *should* still just work with the Plone work Lennart and
> Godefroid did at the Paris sprint, as I don't think I changed any existing
> five.grok API.


> I intend to work more on five.grok and to use it in Silva, but I haven't
>  done much work on that except initial exploration. I am interested in
> helping take things forward, but in all honesty I don't know if I'll have
> the time to actively drive, so if someone else (you maybe, Kamon? :) would
> like to champion this, I'll at least promise to actively participate.

I can help there and also ask input/help from Lennart, Godefroid, yourself
and the others when needed.

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