[FRPythoneers] To Zope or not to Zope
jafo at tummy.com
Sat Mar 2 12:15:56 MST 2002
On Sat, Mar 02, 2002 at 10:48:19AM -0800, Karl Putland wrote:
>What is the current feeling about Zope's abilities?
If you have experience using Zope and are comfortable with it, it's
probably a good way to go if you're trying to make web-driven apps. I'm
finding it very hard to get into though, and am a bit disappointed at my
level of comfort with Zope considering I've spent more time learning it
than I would have developing the hackingsociety.org pages I want out of
CMF and ZPT seem to be the way of the future, if you've been out of Zope
for a while...
>I'm considering purchasing a new laptop to run linux.
>Anyone seen or heard about people using Crusoe based
>notebooks? If so any issues? If not any recomendations?
I'm hoping that by the time I need my next laptop there will be a Crusoe
alternative. Currently they're putting that CPU in mostly *REALLY* tiny
(unusably tiny, IMHO) laptops. Evelyn, Kevin, and I all use our laptops as
our primary machines, with CVS repositories and the like on a shared
server. Desktops are mostly a thing of the past for us.
None of the Crusoe laptops I've seen I really felt could fit the bill.
They usually have VERY small displays and keyboards. I think our X20s are
quite portable, I carry mine with me everywhere. Yet they have great
keyboards and reasonable displays.
I'd like my next laptop to be about the same size as this one I currently
use, with a Crusoe. If they can make them so small, fill up the extra
space with more battery capacity, thanks... I'd love something that get
around 8 hours on a charge.
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