[Framework-Team] zope "two visions" info
d.w.morriss at gmail.com
Thu Mar 2 18:26:37 UTC 2006
Rob Miller wrote:
> On Mar 2, 2006, at 10:02 AM, whit wrote:
>> my suggestion along these lines was to start by firing a shot over
>> the z3 bow by saying "hey, we are the pfwt, we're concerned, we're
>> going to discuss this amongst plone developers"
>> just so they know there are eyes on the subject even if we haven't
>> said anything. then you guys can start the conversation here amongst
>> the team and the larger plone-dev community and it if take a little
>> while to get consensus, there will be nobody saying "well you didn't
>> speak up...." later.
> i'm not 100% behind a monolithic plone framework team opinion. i
> think chatting about it in this venue is fine, and if there _is_
> consensus, great, that can be used, but i also think each person
> should be encouraged to speak from an individual voice, as well.
yeah, I think that's fair...
Something as simple as letting the z3 side know that plone and the
framework team has been discussing this is more important symbolically
than having a unified response.
just because everyone else charges in guns blazing doesn't mean we have
to. and this debate could really effect plone more than almost anyone
else, so at looking before leaping isn't a bad idea. at least we should
know the ups downs of what other think to inform an effective response.
I would say that helping generate some opinions on the plone side and
expressing them on the z3 side would be the most important thing here.
I would say the framework team is somewhat charged with the roles of
representing those that don't know enough to care in this situation, and
figuring out a way to get that information on their needs is what is
just my $.02
| david "whit" morriss
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