[ZWeb] Q: Available for participation?
Mon, 22 Apr 2002 07:17:48 -0400
Working on ratings won't require a working sandbox. Just get the
TinyCounter code and try to add it to a CMF product in another sandbox.
It is completely unrealistic at this point to get a sandbox working. It
would take too much of our time coaching someone and too much time and
frustration on their part.
If someone was going to make a very large commitment to nzo development,
then we'll consider it. Otherwise, the LDAP and migration code issues
simply aren't worth it.
IMO, it is much more realistic to simply give selected people (those
that are committed to heavy participation) shell access to a debug area
seb bacon wrote:
> On Sun, 2002-04-21 at 21:31, Chris McDonough wrote:
>>>Also, regarding products, ChrisM says the ratings ability on nzo product
>>>objects was created but not wired into the skin. He'll do some research
>>>to give us the various calls we need. Alternatively, someone could do a
>>>zopeorg checkout or browse the CVS at cvs.zope.org.
>>The ratings code is "in there", but it does need to be wired in to the skin.
>>It was not wired into the skin originally because we thought we might have a
>>"generic" ratings system for all kinds of content, but this has not come to
>>The code is the docs (it's very simple code). The code is available via
>>anonymous cvs checkout:
>>cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com/cvs-zopeorg login
>>cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org/cvs-zopeorg co -d ZopeOrg
>>If anybody wants to take a crack at wiring the Product ratings calls into
>>the skin, I will be happy to give them write privileges to the ZopeOrg
>>module in the repository if they feel it is necessary to change files in the
>>module to get the functionality.
> Didn't Paul say something about the ZopeOrg CVS being a "bad joke" and
> that I shouldn't use it?
> If I can get write privs for whatever is the good CVS, it will help me
> help out! but I'll need some pointers for the LDAP schema too, if
> possible, in order to build a working sandbox.