[Roadmap] [Plone-developers] Reminder: Plone Roadmap: draft for discussion
yuejun.tang at gmail.com
Thu Apr 19 08:23:15 UTC 2012
I suggest Plone provide REST support that like same as z3c.rest in future
2012/4/18 Jon Stahl <jonstahl at gmail.com>
> Just a friendly reminder that we've got a draft of the Plone Roadmap
> up for discussion and comments at:
> We've gotten a lot of great comments and suggestions already, please
> keep them coming. Our hope is to wrap up this comment period in about
> another week, then publish a "final" (for now) version shortly
> Original email below.
> On Mon, Apr 9, 2012 at 2:03 PM, Jon Stahl <jonstahl at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Everyone!
> > On behalf of the Plone Roadmap team, which was convened at Plone
> > Conference 2011, I'm pleased to present to you our "discussion draft"
> > of the new Plone Roadmap. We hope that it brings together in a
> > single place a clear vision of all of the great work that is already
> > going on, as well as documenting elements of the vision that have
> > previously been scattered across mailing list and in-person
> > discussion.
> > Without further ado, please see:
> > While the document is currently locked for direct editing, we do
> > invite you to leave comments using the Google Docs commenting tools.
> > If you have an idea or concern that requires in-depth discussion, the
> > plone-developers list is probably the most appropriate venue.
> > We'll hold open comments for a couple of weeks here, and then, based
> > on your feedback, the Roadmap Team will make any appropriate edits
> > needed before we can call this a "final" version (for now--obviously a
> > roadmap is a living document that we'll revisit as Plone continues to
> > mature).
> > Please don't broadcast this draft version far beyond the Plone
> > community; while there are no secrets in here and we are are obviously
> > working in a very open process, we'd like to direct broad public
> > attention to the final version rather than to this "beta quality"
> > release.
> > best,
> > jon
> > -----
> > Jon Stahl
> > Plone Roadmap Team
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