[Product-Developers] collective.lineage - state. release? plans.

Yuri yurj at alfa.it
Fri Mar 2 08:30:30 UTC 2012

Il 02/03/2012 02:28, Clayton Parker ha scritto:
> On 3/1/12 5:06 AM, Jens W. Klein wrote:
>> some weeks ago I fixed collective.lineage tests (and for use with plone
>> 4.1) and moved it also to github collective.
> I saw that, thank you!
>> Now a release would be fine. It seems my direct mail to the author
>> (claytron) does to not arrive so I try it this way:
> I don't recall seeing an email come through. I've been trying to lurk in
> #plone more often these days, you should be able to catch me in there.
>> Can you please release it or give me permissions on pypi so I will
>> release it?
> We are planning to do a release soon.
>> We're using lineage in several projects here at BlueDynamics Alliance.
>> It has several advantages over just applying INavigationRoot.
>> Also I'd like to get rid of the p4a.subtyper dependency. The same result
>> can be reached with some simple actions - which could be controlled more
>> fine-grained by permissions. Any opinions?
> I'm certainly not opposed to this. Subtyper had some promise at the 
> time, but got the p4a stigmata and then never saw any updates. I was 
> thinking about getting rid of it the other day :D

eea.facetednavigation did it some times ago, now uses an action + 
applyng interface.

I don't think p4a.subtyper is bad itself, I think it does exactly the 
same but with some patching. I think the idea behind it was to unify 
that kind of action + apply an interface when this was not common practice.

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