[Zope-CMF] Re: What's the story for using Z3 content types as
first-class citizens in CMF?
optilude at gmx.net
Sat Feb 11 09:11:04 EST 2006
On Sat, 11 Feb 2006 10:04:39 -0000, Jens Vagelpohl
<jens at dataflake.org> wrote:
> There is no such code right now and AFAIK no one has even looked at it.
> If anyone wants to take this up and the proposal/code is accepted the
> earliest target would be CMF 2.1.
> I'm not sure how much work is needed for it. It's a matter of
> experimenting to see how far you can get before hitting walls I suppose.
Cc'ing in Alec - I'm sure he has experiences to share from creating and
Alec - you have indicated that you may be interested in working on
plone_schemas more. Perhaps that work should sit at the CMF level?
> As a general idea it does sound interesting because it is right on the
> roadmap towards combining CMF and Zope 3 in order to make CMF a thinner
> and thinner layer on top of Zope 3 technologies.
In the context of Plone, it's also attractive because it may provide us
with a lighter and better integrated alternative to Archetypes, which in
itself has replaced plain-CMF content type coding in the Plone world
almost completely. So it's not only about convergence, it's about making a
fairly fundamental task easier and making it sit at a more appropriate
level in the stack.
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