[Grok-dev] Pending removal of KSS-howtos, will they be missed?
sebastian at urbantalk.se
Wed Feb 17 04:26:02 EST 2010
Thanks for the input! I can see now that there is in fact development
going on and that you had a release as soon as 2009-11-27. I am just
not a big fan of abstraction layers upon abstraction layers and doing
too much serverside computation of clientside tasks. If it was the way
to go I would have expected to hear more about it on grok-dev, but
interest seems to a waned.
Vladislav, could you consider maintaining the KSS-docs on the Grok
We can't maintain documentation on technology we don't use.
Unmaintained docs need to be removed or we get more bad publicity than
17 feb 2010 kl. 00.01 skrev grok-dev-owner at zope.org:
> Från: Vladislav Vorobiev <mymir.org at googlemail.com>
> Datum: on 17 feb 2010 00.01.34 GMT+01:00
> Till: grok-dev at zope.org
> Ämne: Re: [Grok-dev] Pending removal of KSS-howtos, will they be
>> Perhaps the best question is: how do you like KSS in actual practice?
>> What are you using it for?
> I read the list but don't use grok this time. I using kss in *all* my
> ajax projects with zope (2) since two years. I find kss is a great
> technilogy. Kss is in development, last release 1.4.9 is still one
> month old. Kss use jquery and can use prototype ect. As a plugin you
> can add functionality what ever you want.
> Sebastian, why do you mean that kss is deprecated technology?
> ps: my english is not a best, sorry for them.
> Best regards
16 feb 2010 kl. 23.07 skrev Martijn Faassen:
> Hi there,
> Kathy Manwaring wrote:
>> Again, as a newbie, I'll add my comments.
>> When searching for Grok and Ajax, this tutorial is what I found - it
>> doesn't say not to use it, so I did.
> Thanks for your input. I don't know whether this is an argument
> *against* having the KSS tutorial (you are using something not a lot
> us do), or *for* it (it evidently got you started! who knows how many
> others are using this?).
> Perhaps the best question is: how do you like KSS in actual practice?
> What are you using it for?
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