[Conferences-discuss] Crackle, crackle, "hello"...
Wed, 13 Feb 2002 12:54:16 -0600
>===== Original Message From Paul Everitt <email@example.com> =====
>Greg Ward wrote:
>> Zope community. Presumably, that community is big enough and important
>> enough that it needs/deserves some sort of focal point. But if there
>> are only web and general tracks at this proposed Python Workshop,
>> there's a danger that the Zope community will either overwhelm the web
>> track, or find themselves shut out (ie. without formal recognition at
>> any conference).
>This is a good point. I'm not too sure I have a good answer regarding
>the balance. I think it's good to showcase the variety of Python
>options for web applications and I enjoy talking with the other folks
>that are doing things. Still, the Zope community has a need to organize
My original intent in the "web track" at the "workshop" was inclusive of both
Zope and non-Zope technology. If the Zope stuff tends to dominate I don't see
that as a horrible thing. They'll be plenty of interest in Webware, etc., at
represent the diversity that is Python.