Fwd: [ZWeb] "Zope Exits"

Mark mark at zopemag.com
Sun Aug 22 14:45:29 EDT 2004

I am reposting this and another email which I don't believe were 
delivered to this mailinglist.

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> From: Mark <mark at zopemag.com>
> Date: August 21, 2004 10:46:37 PM CEST
> To: Chris Withers <chris at simplistix.co.uk>
> Subject: Re: [ZWeb] "Zope Exits"
> Hi Chris,
> On Aug 21, 2004, at 7:11 PM, Chris Withers wrote:
>> The rest comprise ZopeMag, which is a teaser site for paid for 
>> content,
> If I read this again on this mailinglist I'm going to puke. ZopeMag is 
> the "only"
> Zope Magazine. Period. We are not a teaser site for paid for content.
> We are at a rate now of publishing about three to four articles for 
> free each quarter.
> That's proportionally a fair share of the articles we publish. The 
> free articles that we publish are pretty darn popular but go ahead 
> make it more difficult for people to realize that this
> resource exists. At the rate we are going almost 1000 people will be 
> subscribers. Obviously there is a demand for the service we provide. 
> Obviously people are happy to pay for docs.
> Are you trying to be deliberately offensive?
>> and ZEA, which from what I know of it, operates as a "bidding 
>> collective" that Paul runs now.
> That's not really fair to the ZEA by any means but I'm sure others can 
> defend their link.
>> There'sd also Plone.org, which is a pure single-product site. It does 
>> seem to be a bit out of place given the lack of other product links 
>> (CPS, Silva, or even Squishdot ;-)
> That's certainly worthwhile discussing.
> Cheers,
> Mark
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