Bug#335488: [Pkg-zope-developers] Re: Bug#335488: Removal request
for old zope packages
kobold at kobold.it
Thu Nov 24 20:54:11 UTC 2005
On gio, 24 nov 2005, Jeroen van Wolffelaar wrote:
> I mailed you guys now because I think that by that time, it is no longer
> possible to consider doing anything for etch, and that changes like
> discontinuing a branch of software in Debian take time.
> Anyway, thank you all for considering this, I'll now shut up, and let
> the people who are doing all the work on zope decide about this.
Please, do not shut up.. I'm really interested in your arguments and I
suppose others too. As far as I'm concerned, the main zope products already
depend on zope2.8 | zope2.7 (and I'm thinking about plone and cps), so
removing the latter one shouldn't be too hard.
I completely agree that we'll have to remove zope2.7, but I would prefer
to leave it around untill the removal is really needed, mainly because there
are a lot of people out using zope2.7 within testing (or even unstable)
because zope products life-cycle is faster than debian stable's one.
Plone will not depend anymore on zope2.7 in a near future (with the next
release, the development team will start using Five, which is shipped with
zope2.8 only), and I think that could be the right moment to drop zope2.7
support. Other opinions?
Thanks for your suggestion,
Fabio Tranchitella http://www.kobold.it
Studio Tranchitella Assoc. Professionale http://www.tranchitella.it
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