[Zope-PTK] FYI: Sad news for PTK

Jimmie Houchin jhouchin@texoma.net
Fri, 28 Apr 2000 13:30:49 -0500

When I was subscribed to the ACSpg mailing list a couple of months ago
when they started, they started out on SourceForge. After a brief time
they decided they could do a better job themselves with cvs and their
own tools.

I think Zope can do (does) better also.

As you we already have mailing lists, cvs and the tracker. Were good to

Jimmie Houchin

Chris Withers wrote:
> > Let's not get too wrapped up with the _implementation_ of how to
> > collaborate.  If people are genuinely interested in working together,
> > we'll find a way to do it.
> I'll go with this. The main reason I suggested SourceForge is 'cos of
> the environment it provides, but DC and the Zope community already has
> all this and better:
> - We have three very active mailing lists
> - We have the Tracker, which beats Sourceforge by a LONG way ;-)
> - DC already has a good, solid CVS architecture
> > Still, we have to get to the point where there are people besides
> > Digital Creations making checkins.  This should happen for Zope itself,
> > and I view PTK as a good starting point to get our feet wet.
> This I have to make the point of totally agreeing with ;-)
> The PTK could prove very useful in terms of exploring the issues of:
> - non-DC CSV checkins
> - non-DC people as supporters/etc in the Tracker(s)
> This could then, very importantly, be applied to Zope, ZEO, Tracker, etc
> as well...
> cheers,
> Chris
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