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Re: Zope, Plone and Python; Redux

On Mon, 2007-08-13 at 16:22 -0400, Dr. Michael J. Chudobiak wrote:
> > look at how strict the above requirements are. Some things will continue
> > to need the Plone 2.5.x release which will be maintained until Plone 3.5
> > is ready. Also, Zope is very useful for more then just Plone and there
> > are actually four (maybe more) active branches of Zope; 2.9.x 2.10.x
> > 2.11.x and 3.x. 2.9-11 (IMHO) are the most used, but Zope 3 will still
> > be used by many. This brings us to the point.
> I'm not sure I follow all of the issues, but could you just pick one 
> zope+plone combination per Fedora release and run with it, realizing 
> that not everyone will be pleased? The not-pleased still have the option 
> of installing from the tar files, after all.


> Right now, F7 has no zope+plone, which is an unhappy situation. Any 
> working combination would be an improvement.
> Perhaps Plone 2.5 for F8, and Plone 3.0 for F9 in 6 months, with copious 
> release notes in F9 detailing the transition (similar to when postgres 
> breaks compatibility between Fedora releases).
> Just my suggestions...


Fedora 7+ only has python 2.5 and there is currently no Zope version
that will work with python 2.5.

Jonathan Steffan

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