[ZWeb] Zope.org feedback: Zope Documentation

Paul Everitt paul@zope.com
Sat, 13 Apr 2002 11:31:40 -0400

Hi James, thanks for the note.  Ironic timing, in fact: I just spent the 
last 30 minutes editing documentation comments for a system inspired by 
PHP's. :^)

Before starting, could you give me a listing of the five things you like 
most about the documentation at the PHP site, along with some URLs?  It 
will be a little be apples-and-oranges, though: your needs from the PHP 
site are more advanced than your needs from the Zope site.

We're making a big push to better organize the large amount of Zope 
documentation.  We could use some input from someone new to the site.

To answer your question, have you seen the Zope Book and Zope Developer 


Perhaps that is more information than you are looking for.


james whitcomb (via www.zope.org) wrote:
 > I am majorly into PHP and ASP but mostly php. and i have to be honest
 > while this zope sounds exciting as an avid object oriented programer.
 > Your site leaves a lot to be desired in terms of documentation
 > compared to php's site. I would love to get it installed and compare
 > side by side php with it to see what may work better for me but i
 > cant get that far. And Php has ions of benifits zope does not am i
 > missing something is this language as great as you proclaim and i am
 > reading the wrong articles. point me in the direction of something
 > that would make me want to use zope over php and perhaps i can
 > promote this language that sounds good but seems to be showing me
 > nothing.
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