[Grok-dev] grokproject 1.0a4 released
zedobject at gmail.com
Sat Apr 18 22:37:47 EDT 2009
I noticed a good side effect of a non-optimal grokproject and/or Grok
installation in that we sometimes hear from people we haven't heard from
before, and then we can lure them into the community. :)
Referring to me? Unfortunately I am technologically too challenged to be of
use to the community. The best way I can contribute is by dumbly following
documentation and if something does not work report it, so somebody can
figure out whether the problem is in the description or in the thing being
described. If I do it well, Grok can boast of the world's first
moron-friendly user manual.
Thanks everybody, for a good product. I hope it will make Zope also
On Sat, Apr 18, 2009 at 4:25 AM, Martijn Faassen <faassen at startifact.com>wrote:
> I noticed a good side effect of a non-optimal grokproject and/or Grok
> installation in that we sometimes hear from people we haven't heard from
> before, and then we can lure them into the community. :)
> This typically only works if grokproject worked already some time for
> them so we shouldn't do it too often.
> Anyway, I meant to say again I wish to thank Uli and others for all
> their hard work getting releases out of the door. The Windows issues are
> thorny and I'm glad people have remained vigilant in helping fix them.
> Hopefully we end up with a simpler grokproject again that we can start
> adding features to again after our phase of instability (natural after
> the paster move), and perhaps sharing some bits and approaches with
> other Zope subcommunities...
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> Grok-dev at zope.org
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