[Grok-dev] Grok-1.3 released! Download page check

Behrang Dadsetan bdadsetan at gmail.com
Tue Jan 25 11:43:20 EST 2011


  Not really related to the release itself but still affecting new
users might be some outdated links on

I found that z3lab.org (Herd of Mammoths) has completly transformed
and seems to have little to do with grok or zope.
I also found that from my computer in HK, I can not access paleosoft.org

I have been away from the project since a long time and I did not pay
much attention to the mailing list also but do we not have any new
sample grok applications to show for newcomers beyond Grokstar and
Grokwiki? I hope you are reading this as the writings of a
procastinator who is frustrated he has not done much with grok and is
finding excuses. I hope you are not reading this as negative feedback.


On 24 January 2011 23:17, Roger Erens <roger.erens at e-s-c.biz> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 14:54, Jan-Wijbrand Kolman
> <janwijbrand at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 1/24/11 14:06 PM, Behrang Dadsetan wrote:
>>>    Thank you for the new release!
> ...
>> I'll update the
>> release-steps manual to include a check for this page.
>> regards and thanks, jw
> Hi JW,
> maybe another check to include in the manual: move the release to the
> top of the releases page http://grok.zope.org/project/releases.
> Release 1.3 appeared at the bottom of the list; I moved it to the top.
> It took me some time, since in batch viewing (per 20 docs) the
> contents of the Grok Releases folder, it appeared impossible to move
> the 1.3 from the 21st position to 1st. At last I found the quite
> unobtrusive 'Show all items' link at the bottom of the table come to
> the rescue.
> I wouldn't mind though, if all old alfa, beta, and rc releases would
> stop cluttering the Releases page.
> Thanks for the 1.3 work,
> Roger
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