[Framework-Team] Re: PLIP discussion summary
whit at longnow.org
Fri Oct 28 20:01:55 UTC 2005
Alec Mitchell wrote:
> Thanks for volunteering to put a document together.
thank you for such a nice concise summary of your views. i'm forwarding
this back out to the rest of the list.
>Here is a summary of the
>discussion from my point of view:
>100 (Selenium): -1 No urgent need for integration into plone core. The 3rd
>party framework works and and will continue to do so. People can write
>selenium tests for plone and their own products easily without selenium being
>directly integrated into plone.
>102 (PlonePAS): +1 This is very much needed as GRUF is inflexible and
>unmaintained. However, we need to ensure that migration from existing GRUF
>(and pre-GRUF) instances is well supported.
>105 (Views in Plone): +1 To the concept. Though this PLIP is not something
>that will result in specific code which needs to be reviewed and approved
>(except perhaps the global_defines stuff), it does outline one of the major
>goals of the 2.2 release. Without this 2.2 is a bit meaningless.
>106 (Views for Nav elements): +1 this could potentially result in some
>speedup, and allows for reimplementation of some of the cruftier code in
>plone. We need to flesh out what the new view-ified portlet architecture
>will look like, because we are going to be stuck with it, the PlonePortlets
>folks should certainly be included, as I'm sure they have opinions on this.
>107 (Five based navtree): +1 The current usage of an AT schema element to
>determine navigation visibility is hacky and is a really bad example of
>mixing content with presentation (both Tiran and I argued against this
>originally, but the UI folks won out). I am not at all familiar with
>MenuGenerator, and what it provides, or how exactly we will make this
>dependency soft. A cursory look makes me think that it is a complex (though
>nice) bit of code to be bringing in just to make one tree display.
>108 (zope3 i18n): +1 Hannosch has done great work here, and there are many
>compelling reasons to go in this direction, and the downsides are minimal.
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