[Zope] commercial versus open source

A.J. Rossini rossini@u.washington.edu
21 Jun 2002 06:16:09 -0700

>>>>> "bill" == Bill Kerr <kerrb@senet.com.au> writes:

    bill> has anyone written an evaluation of the dreamweaver / asp /
    bill> php / flash approach compared with the zope approach ?  I
    bill> don't know much about it myself I'm looking for something to
    bill> find out more more myself and to show to colleagues who
    bill> unthinkingly are going down the commercial path looking for
    bill> something analytical and substantial that would stand up to
    bill> scrutiny and help me identify the key issues ie. separation
    bill> of presentation from logic but going into it, not just
    bill> stating it meanwhile, I'll keep learning zope and python,
    bill> which I'm enjoying btw thanks!  - Bill Kerr ps,. here's an
    bill> extract from the mail that prompted this question prices are
    bill> educational (I'm a school teacher) pps. I'm chucking in asp
    bill> and php because someone told me that dreamweaver supports
    bill> them

There is some Dreamweaver support for Zope.  IMHO they (all the tools
you've listed) accomplish different things.  Why not use what is most
suitable?  php is opensource as well.


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