[Zope-dev] beta.zope.org (www.zope.org relaunch project)
aclark at aclark.net
Tue May 10 01:28:28 EDT 2011
On 5/10/11 12:55 AM, Andreas Jung wrote:
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> Hi there,
> I am happy to announce that we have made progress
> with the zope.org relaunch project. The first public
> version of the new site is now available under
> The basic idea behind the project is:
> - a minimalistic www.zope.org site giving a short
> overview about what "Zope" is - including all
> related app servers, CMSes, frameworks etc.
> which links to the related project sites (micro-site
> - no more member contents on www.zope.org
> - the current www.zope.org will be stripped down
> to the current member contents and stuff that
> has to be preserved. www.zope.org will be
> renamed to old.zope.org later
> Constructive criticism and feedback is welcome _now_.
Looks great, well done all! Thanks for putting in the effort. My one
(very minor) nit would be that we try to over-emphasize and over-clarify
what "Zope" is (and is not), anywhere and everywhere possible.
And by that, I mean:
- "Zope" is: a brand, a term for any Zope-related technology, a general
term. It no longer refers to anything specific. It is all-encompassing.
- "Zope 2" is the original web application server.
- "Bluebream" is the former-Zope 3 web application server.
- "ZTK" is a set of re-usable libraries.
And so on.
> I hope that we can fix the outstanding issues and integrate
> further feedback over the next few week in order to roll
> out the new site in the first half of June (2011 of course).
> Many thanks to my team (doing the real work):
> - - Michael Haubenwaller
> - - Kai Mertens
> - - Johannes Raggam
> Andreas Jung
> Zope Foundation
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