[Web-SIG] Announcing bobo
robillard.etienne at gmail.com
Wed Oct 28 14:12:32 CET 2009
Thanks for that. I'm sorry that I've been rude
with you and realize my mistake. I didn't know you were engaged with
Zope from a long time. Yet I'm still mostly a Python rookie after all...
The problem of wording in Python web frameworks is not quite related
to bobo or anything else, I think... It's just that I'm often
tired of seeing so much competition in similar Python projects, when the
goal (I suppose) should be to share along, and learn stuff...
I'll dig further down on Bobo. Thanks for announcing this.
Please accept my apologies,
Jim Fulton wrote:
> On Jun 16, 2009, at 12:39 PM, Martijn Faassen wrote:
>> He said it the goal is for it to be simple,
>> he didn't say other people's works are complicated.
> Yup, however I can see how "You don't have to be a genius" could be
> construed as implying that you do have to be a genius to use other
> frameworks. It was intended to be a play on the name "bobo", which can
> be translated as "idiot" in Spanish. I absolutely don't want to
> bad-mouth other frameworks. I've removed this unnecessary sentence
> from the PyPI page and from the packages long description in subversion.
> Jim Fulton
> Zope Corporation
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