[ZWeb] A forest of Zope communities

Adrian Hungate adrian@haqa.co.uk
Fri, 1 Mar 2002 07:54:56 -0000

I'll be honest with you here. As long as the redesign is going to be a
redesign by commitee, it will never achive its aims. The only fruitful
answer for Zope as a whole is a forest of non-commitee designed sites in
which to hide zope.org. IMHO.


The difficulty of tactical maneuvering consists in turning the devious into
the direct, and misfortune into gain.
- Sun Tzu

----- Original Message -----
From: "Lennart Regebro" <lennart@regebro.nu>
To: <zope-web@zope.org>
Cc: <mak@zopelabs.com>; <zopista@zopezen.org>; <kedai@nospam.kedai.com.my>
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 11:24 AM
Subject: [ZWeb] A forest of Zope communities

> http://www.my-zope.org/
> http://www.zopelabs.com/
> http://www.zopenewbies.net/
> http://www.zopezen.org/
> http://www.zopeandhisuncle.foo/
> ...
> :-)
> OK, I agree that zope.org is lacking, for example rating on products, as
> implemented on my-zope.org. But why implement each thing that is lacking
> zope.org on a separate site? :-)
> OK, I know, Zope users tend to be individualists. :-) But still, a bit of
> cooperation could go a long way here. If it still is too hard to get
> community development on zope.org (I feel that nothing much happened after
> the fruitful discussions we had at the end of last year), then if that
> development could be done on one website, it would be a very useful
> instead of a whole bunch of websites with limited usefullness on their
> Or?
> I would love to be a part of writing a good zope discussion forum, I'm
> almost done with a rating mix in class, and so far. But I have nowhere to
> use it, and I am definitely *not* going to start
> http://www.yetanotherzopesite.org/ :-).
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