lozinski at privacv.com
Fri Mar 10 12:22:23 CET 2017
> On Mar 10, 2017, at 10:51 AM, Souheil CHELFOUH <trollfot at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thing is, the concepts are what interested me.
That is the key point. Zope has these wonderful abstractions.
I could not relocate the following quote on the web.
"those who have not studied zope are destined to reinvent it." Philip Ebby
Did I get it right?
As one guy said to me at EuroPython: “You are an abstract thinker”. It turns out most people are not nearly as abstract. That is what we should be pushing. The superior abstractions of Zope 3. That way when they ask us how many users, we can reply, Does your highly used stack support the abstractions you need?
In my marketing talks to Python groups, I am putting together a talk on PyLang concepts.
PyLang.info most of which are actually zope concepts. I can share that.
There really should be a talk called Zope concepts. One slide per concept.
Views on Objects
Permissions on Views on Objects
zope.securitypolicy Permission Model
Blogory Business Concepts
History, and resurrection news.
Cost comparisons of our companies and competitors
Websites, and contact info.
Do you have any other concepts I should mention?
Do you have any good images I can use in the talk?
And we should go around our local Python user groups giving talks about it. Not just the three of us, but create a set of slides and invite people to give that talk all over the world.
And use that to increase the Zope/Grok/Cromlech market share.
Would you like to give it somewhere?
PyCon Web call for papers deadline is March 15th.
I should point out that when zope corporation went bankrupt this whole community died. But it is getting resurrected. ZODB mailing list is now crazy active. There is the Zope Resurrection Sprint. They were surprised by the turnout. It is about time that the Grok/Zope 3 world starts to revive. It is inevitable. Maybe his discussion is evidence of that happening.
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