[Grok-dev] libraries to use with Grok

Steve Schmechel steveschmechel at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 18 23:55:34 EST 2009

I made a first pass at presenting a list on the Grok site.
I'm not sure if this will be the final location of this document 
or its final format.  (If it stays in this format, it could really use some CSS adjustments.)

I tried to categorize the entries and added links to at least one reference page for each item.  I also added the license and a section
to note places where it was used.  Preferably, those would be sites 
that demonstrate the library, but it could be just a description of
the type of project were it was found to be useful.

It was rather sad to note that most of the "useful" libraries are
not covered in the Grok how-to's and tutorials.  Seems peculiar and
maybe we should think of ways to address that.

Anyway, PLEASE contribute more feedback.  If you have libraries you
would like to add or can add some details to those on the list, I will
be happy to grab the stuff off the list and add it to the site.

Of course, feedback on the format, location, and content is also welcome.

Thank you,

--- On Tue, 11/17/09, Martijn Faassen <faassen at startifact.com> wrote:

> From: Martijn Faassen <faassen at startifact.com>
> Subject: Re: [Grok-dev] libraries to use with Grok
> To: grok-dev at zope.org
> Date: Tuesday, November 17, 2009, 1:35 PM
> Hey,
> Souheil CHELFOUH wrote:
> > We discussed that in Cologne, Martijn, if you
> remember.
> Yeah, I know the topic came up before - that wasn't the
> first time 
> either, I think. (and not the last; I gave a Grok course
> today and the 
> topic came up independently)
> > We proposed to create a "packages" section on the
> official site, to
> > list at least, all the megrok and related packages,
> with some basci
> > presentation or some docs.
> > This is very useful and could be a good strategy to
> help newbies,
> > promote some piece of Grok package that could spark
> attention and to
> > gather, summarize and sort the work being done around
> Grok
> > applications.
> > Grok is not Plone and we do not need a "software
> center", but a
> > presentation sheet for projects and packages would
> certainly be a
> > great add for all of us
> > 
> > So you could know that dolmen.blob rocks, for
> instance  ;-)
> Exactly? Anything else? I hope some document writer is
> eagerly watching 
> this thread to create such a presentation sheet. :)
> Regards,
> Martijn
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