[Framework-Team] Re: PLIP wishlists towards 3.0
d.w.morriss at gmail.com
Mon Mar 13 20:35:27 UTC 2006
Rob Miller wrote:
> On Mar 13, 2006, at 12:21 PM, Sidnei da Silva wrote:
>> On Mon, Mar 13, 2006 at 12:03:52PM -0800, Rob Miller wrote:
>> | hmm... not sure i can, actually. i'm very interested in getting this
>> | working, and i'll provide guidance and help, of course, but i expect
>> | i'll be pretty busy focusing on member management and general cmf 2.X
>> | related stuff, this may be more than i can commit to.
>> | sashav tried to get kapil's GenericSetup-based ContentSetup product
>> | working at the snow sprint, but failed, and ended up having better
>> | success w/ jens's XMLForest product. maybe we can get more help from
>> | him. and maybe i'll have more time than i think, who knows, but i
>> | would recommend against counting on me for this.
>> The advice I can provide here is that any framework that doesn't use
>> Archetypes marshallers is a waste of effort.
>> 'Marshall' the product just enables to multiplex Archetypes 'marshall'
>> by moving policy about what marshaller to use outside the schema. It
>> is *not* a/the solution itself, it just allows different solutions to be
>> implemented on top of it.
>> The reason for using Archetypes marshaller infrastructure instead of
>> '<insert your own home cooked solution here>' is that:
>> 1. It plays well with WebDAV and FTP
>> 2. WebDAV and FTP are best ways to import and export content from
>> Plone, if not because they are born to the task because using a
>> browser just won't scale.
>> 3. We at Enfold Systems are committed to make sure Zope 2 and Zope 3
>> have efficient, memory-savy, speedy and featureful WebDAV and FTP
>> experience, because It's Our Core Business (TM).
> works for me.
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was there a non-marshall based IO piece suggested? iirc, everything
talked about so far is based on marshall.
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