[Grok-dev] Restarting web development after 6 years... With Zope based tools?

Milind Khadilkar zedobject at gmail.com
Wed Jul 19 11:13:08 CEST 2017

Dear all,
Thanks a lot for your indulgence.
On our side, I don't yet feel empowered to take a decision and would wait
till mid August, by when I hope to complete some experimentation with
Zope2, Grok, Flask and GAE.
For a small project on our hands, we plan to use GAE, largely because there
is someone available locally to do hand holding... and probably also
because the customer is fine with anything Google. But that is only an ad
hoc decision.
I will keep your advice nuggets in mind as I go forward and will keep

Thanks again.

On Sat, Jul 8, 2017 at 2:10 AM, Tom Russell <tomr at fastmail.net> wrote:

> On Thu, Jul 6, 2017, at 03:25 AM, Christopher Lozinski wrote:
> IMHO TTW is why ZOPE was a huge initial success, but also why it died, it
> was mostly ignored,  because the developers were developing for themselves,
> rather than for the entry level users.
> I saw this firsthand as a developer in a fairly large deployment involving
> half a dozen programmers. The first thing we did was create a lengthy
> script to parameterize adding new content types to Zope. The team had
> significant expertise in client-server development using C++ and Motif.
> Several other technology stacks were considered for publishing to the web,
> such as Visual Studio and Java. When Zope came along it was all aboard. The
> project lead was a world-class software engineer.
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