Zope comments (MU)
[1/2] from: tim::johnsons-web::com at: 13-Jan-2004 12:06
I'm very interested in zope, because much of my work comes from web programming and about half of the work that I do, I do in python. The other half is done with rebol. I have found rebol much more productive codewise than python. On the other hand, python has many more external resources, and has internal (built-in) features that more easily (as I see it) promote scalability. As a python user, zope has great appeal to me. I don't know enough about it to know how it integrates with perl-sourced assets, and that is an issue with me because my partner is exclusively a perl programmer. As a rebol user, what I have done thus far is develop a system that I call 'MU. 'MU exploits Andrew's 'ML and DocKimbel's 'mysql-protocol, as well as my own CGI resources. The concept is that web content, database acccess and data posting is controlled in a large part by data structures. And it provides and lot of validity checking. Data Drives It (from the Designer's Tip Sheet). I'll be (alpha . beta)-testing this over the next couple of months as I develop another web site and will then release it with all dependencies to public domain. The next step for me would be to add more zope-like features, like content and project management. I would hope that when I do go 'public' with it, that there will be enough interest to generate constructive criticism, lord knows I need that. In the meantime, if anyone can offer any ideas on how I can handle project and content management 'zope-like' and also how to integrate with perl applications, contact me OTL. One of the strategies for perl integration would be a language-independant way to create associative lists from delimited text files. :-) There's a way to resolve some interoperability issues. Yeah, zope rocks and imitation is the best form of flattery. tim * Jason Cunliffe <[jason--cunliffe--verizon--net]> [040113 10:18]:
> From: "Petr Krenzelok" <[petr--krenzelok--trz--cz]> > > It is just two weeks one of my friends visited me to help me to install
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[2/2] from: pwoodward:cncdsl at: 13-Jan-2004 19:56
Small suggestion... Check out Plone - a fairly nice increase in the end-user usability of Zope. http://www.plone.org/ It incorporates Zope and the Content Management Framework. - Porter Woodward
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