peter at fry-it.com
Wed Jan 25 13:20:29 CET 2006
I've read your blog and your replies here with great interest.
The points you make about understanding and progress are very interesting.
No wonder [some] people think Zope sucks because Acquisition is so
difficult to grok; but now after having understood its power I feel
this is one of Zope's best feature. The reason I didn't give up was
because I had a friend whom I trusted that I persist. If it wasn't for
him I would probably have avoided zope quite early.
I'm wondering Doug, what's your take on zope3 vs. TG?
On 1/25/06, Doug Winter <doug at isotoma.com> wrote:
> Simon Faulkner wrote:
> >>RoR and TG share the explict MVC model as a one-size-fits-all approach
> >>to web development, which may or may not be a bad thing depending on
> >>your application I guess. TG does seem to provide everything you need
> >>to write a complex web application, and it does provide a huge amount of
> >>the scaffolding for you.
> > Ha! Just read (some of) your blog Doug and it puts a lot of stuff into
> > perspective - ty :-)
> I was trying to be more polite in a general email than I am on my blog
> :) For everyone else, Simon is referring to:
> I think, where I slag off TG as well as almost everything else.
> > I think that a lot of my requirements are at the 'another todo' list (I
> > laughed at that one!)
> I just wrote a long response to this, and then decided it ought to be a
> blog entry instead, since I was planning one anyhow:
> So consider that a reply to this :)
> > What ever I decide it's got to be better than Access...
> Oh yes.
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