[ZWeb] NZO updates? poking my head up. please dont chop it off. :)
Thu, 1 Aug 2002 09:36:19 +0200
I am eager to rejoin.
We (my colleagues from redCOR, and some other Zope-folks from Switzerland)
are building up a SwissZopeHompage which will be based on the look and feel
of the NZO mockup.
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Subject: [ZWeb] NZO updates? poking my head up. please dont chop it off. :)
> > Its an interesting idea, but i think that we will be safer not
> > using Z3 until
> > it gets ready. Anyway, the migration path from CMF to Z3 is
> > supposed to be
> > really smooth, so lets wait and see :).
> thanks sidnei. I can follow that if you dont think we will need to
> things for Z3. What kind of time frame do you think there is for NZO and
> for Z3?
> Since there havent been any updates about NZO, can everyone kind of just
> ping the list with updates/current status?
> I dont even remember if there was a central blog to use, or what?
> Include where we left off and what still needs to be done?
> And what kind of downtime do people expect in the next 3 months to work on
> I am the first to admit I havent done anything since the different
> were set up. I wasnt ready to setup my own sandbox in order to do some
> development. And migrating "software products" to use CMF/ZPT was a
> deal-breaker for me in development since I have never used either one.
> So I just started using ZPT, but yet to try CMF. BTW, ZPT rocks!!! But I
> need more time to see if CMF is for me. I guess if we dont make this as
> as possible for everyone to participate then we cant move forward.
> I hope to hear something back from those still interested in the project.
> Maybe we can figure out how to regroup over the next couple months as
> ends (for those in the Northern Hemisphere ;)
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