[ZDP] Re: Returned mail: unknown mailer error 1

Martijn Faassen m.faassen@vet.uu.nl
Thu, 19 Aug 1999 09:23:08 +0200

Hi guys,

I got this mail from Simon Micheal as a mail delivery error in my
mailbox; I thought I'd pass it along. I don't know what went wrong along
the way. :)



> Subject: Re: [ZDP] PTK, not XML is the answer... about self-organizing SELF-FUNDED volunteering...
> Date: 18 Aug 1999 14:55:26 -0700
> From: Simon Michael <simon@joyful.com>
> To: zdp@zope.org
> References: <NCBBLLBFOKGAEILPOGGJKEJACHAA.salmons@sohodojo.com>
> "Jim Salmons" <salmons@sohodojo.com> writes:
> > boot! Bah, humbug... Give me a whiteboard, colored pens and CRC cards any
> > day!
> Wooohoo! Tell it bro! :)
> the ZDP list seems to be taking some unexpected and interesting turns
> - thank you, all recent posters.
> I'm keen to hear more about how these object modelling techniques
> apply in practice to eg, expanding the FAQ. I haven't seen a
> documentation effort thinking this way before. Does this modelling aim
> to create better tools, process, or both ?
> Meanwhile, let no would-be FAQ contributor be put off by these design
> discussions. We are many and can do multiple things in parallel.
> Content can be converted to new formats if needed. (stand back! he's
> got perl!)
> I personally have started jotting my zope notes in a wiki [1]; I find
> this easiest. Sometimes I want to write without having to think about
> anything else. We had a good procedure of mailing faq items to this
> list in.. stx ?  a special xml format ? - but even that now overloads
> my small and scattered brain. Then I think, [2].
> Regards - Simon
> [1].. http://joyful.com/cgi/wiki/ZopeZDP
> [2].. http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?DoTheSimplestThingThatCouldPossiblyWork