A major thread this week has been documentation. Below are two entries about the current process for addressing Zope documentation needs. The ZDP community continues to volunteer their efforts and talents to make Zope the best it can be. Digital Creations will be announcing their efforts in the documentation area, SOON.
* Brian Lloyd's Zope article at Devshed has continued to generate an interesting discussion about Zope.
* Paul Everitt posted a note concerning a poll pitting AOLserver, Zope, Enhydra, and others.
The mailing lists have been quite active, the documentation discussion has spawn efforts from several directions.
* Bradford Hull experienced extreme frustration with the available Zope documentation that started a lively discussion. Many community members added their frustrations to the lists and possible solutions.
* Stephan Richter is gathering goal requirements for the Zope Documentation Project.
* Brian Lloyd answered an query about "pluggable brains" that added some light to the possibilities of such "brains".
* A.M. Kuchling released an alpha version of the product that lets you browse through RDF dumps from the Open Directory Project.
* Alexander Staubo published a Guest Counter product whose class instances can count the number of "guests" to a web site.
* Phil Harris announced ZMySQLDA for Win32.
* Paul Everitt shared his results with running Zope from a CD-ROM.
Until next week... _______________________________________________ Pamela Crosby
Technical Writer mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Digital Creations http://www.digicool.com