FW: [ZWeb] Guide for Corporate Decision Makers
Fri, 2 Mar 2001 17:08:34 -0600
I agree 100%. I browsed the Zope site several times over the last months
and I didn't find anything that drove me to pick Zope over other
options. Several months later, after having the same itch, I made my
mind to spend a weekend working with it and I LOVE it.
Zope should promote itself better.
From: Donald Braman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Jueves, 01 de Marzo de 2001 06:04 p.m.
Subject: [ZWeb] Guide for Corporate Decision Makers
Hope you don't mind this slightly snarky post. I stumbled across the
for Corporate Decision Makers" and it got me thinking...why are there so
large sites hosted by Zope in the case studies section? Why isn't
selling Zope? If I hadn't stumbled accross this page accidentally, I
never have known that CBS New York and Greenpeace used Zope.
This piqued a general feeling I have about the Zope.org site. I think
Zope.org could do a better job of organizing information and marketing
Viewing it as someone who wants to adopt Zope, I wanted to see (in
like this order):
1. What Zope Is (now under "Learn Zope", which isn't the most intuitive
title for a description of Zope).
2. Reasons to use Zope, including: success stories at small, medium, and
large institutions; a guide for IT decision makers (including a
about support); and reviews/news about Zope (Most of this is now in
"Resources", which is not the most intuitive place to go for "marketing"
3. How to get Zope ("Get Zope" is just fine).
4. How to use Zope ("Learn Zope" isn't really about learning Zope).
5. About DC, it's relation to Zope, etc. (this seems to spread between
"Learn Zope" and "About Zope" and the DC site).
6. About the site itself (in "About Zope.org" is fine, though more
about who runs the site, contacts, etc. would be nice...this coudl be
same as 5).
7. Zope News as a sidebar, not a cenral menu item.
8. More in the left column (python sites...whatever).
Just my 2 cents
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