[ZWeb] Re: [Zope3-dev] Zope 3 branding
Jeffrey P Shell
Thu, 30 Jan 2003 18:46:39 -0700
What do you intend to do when you've "collected all valid proposals"?
There's a project on Zope.org for New Zope.org. These Wiki pages
should at least be there. It's good that you're doing this, but it's
now starting to feel like NZO is being pulled in even more directions.
I'm hoping someone can step up and make a decision soon - I'm having a
hard time keeping track of it all, and it's stuff that could affect me
greatly as webmaster.
I don't know if an inbound link to the new New Zope Org project has
existed (yes, there are more than one of those too, for better or
worse), but now on the dev.zope.org Projects page, the current NZO
project wiki, as I understand it, is now the second bullet. Tonight,
if I have time, I'll also update the list to point to the Zope 2.7
project (which is on the front page of NZO, but not on the projects.
And for neglecting to catch that *and* the lack of a link to NZO, I
I apologize if I'm coming off as a bit cranky. I've got a lot of other
pressure and a deadline going on right now, but I'm trying to keep tabs
on all this stuff where I may.
On Thursday, January 30, 2003, at 05:21 PM, Paul Winkler wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 11:56:44PM +0100, robert boulanger wrote:
> (much about plone snipped)
> I don't want the community to be left with lingering disconent
> if other possible solutions are ignored. For example,
> both Nuxeo CPS and Silva have been mentioned.
> So I'm trying to collect all valid proposals here:
> Somebody added some nice information on CPS yesterday.
> I hope someone will do the same for Silva.
>> Guido already mentioned that the community should decide. I think
>> that's ok.
>> But I think, the party which pays for all this should also do some
>> If there should be a voting, it shouldn't be a simple yes/no voting,
>> it should
>> be at least a form with several (clickable) questions. This because
>> it will
>> make voters thinking, instead only to click one button and over, and
>> it gives
>> the chance to get out some trends, preferences and so on from the
> This is also discussable on my wiki:
> some good points have been raised there, please read the discussion
> and contribute.
>> I CC'd again the two mailing lists, since you included zope3-dev.
>> Nevertheless, I think, we should keep the lists clean from this
>> discussion and
>> move it over to zope-web or whatever.
> Guido originally asked that the "plone issue" not
> be discussed on zope-web: