[BlueBream] Helping with the 2-part tutorial

Justin A Ryan jryan at fastergreener.net
Mon Apr 26 02:29:43 EDT 2010

On Sun, Apr 25, 2010 at 11:07 PM, Baiju M <baiju.m.mail at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi  Justin,
>    Welcome to BlueBream community !
> On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 11:21 AM, Justin A Ryan <jryan at fastergreener.net>
> wrote:
> > Howdy!
> > On IRC today someone [astoon] told me that the 2-part tutorial for
> BlueBream
> > is a core z3/ztk tutorial.  I would like to help with some concerns I ran
> > into with this tutorial, as I am building a PBX / VoIP SoftSwitch IaaS
> > Manager this weekend / coming week.
> > For instance, the tutorial pasters out a 'ticketcollector' package with
> 'tc'
> > namespace and default 'main' packagename, then pretty much goes on to
> work
> > with code in src/tc/collector.  From the zipped demo it is clear, but
> there
> > are clearly holes in the tutorial.  As I feel I can see what is missing,
> of
> > course, I'm very happy to help.
> Actually the first part of tutorial introduce the "collector" sub-package.
> http://bluebream.zope.org/doc/1.0/tutorial1.html#declaring-an-interface
You are absolutely right.  This would probably benefit from wiki gardening,
these pages are super long, but very informative.

> In future, the third part of tutorial will introduce another sub-package
> named "skin".
Sweet! :)

> The "main" sub-package itself will not have any code. Just some
> configurations to include other packages.

> We should encourage developers to create small packages
> which works together.  Since "tc" is namespace package,
> they can even distribute the packages separately, if desired.
> For example: tc.main (which include all), tc.collector, tc.skin etc.
I agree, this is why I was confused, but clearly I was just a bit lost in
the cloud of a very long page.  I really did spend some time scrolling and
reading through it trying to ensure I wasn't missing something, and
obviously, hopefully, examined the various stages of the example package.

Anyway, I do want to help with this tutorial and any other documentation.  I
am happy to see Zope technology moving forward in any way and BlueBream
seems to be the thing! :)


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