[FRPythoneers] meetings defunct?
jafo at tummy.com
Sat Jul 5 17:04:23 MDT 2003
On Wed, Jul 02, 2003 at 07:08:15PM -0600, Jeffery D. Collins wrote:
>I would like to see that too. It would be nice to see a comparison with
>other frameworks. I went through an excersize similar to yours about a
>year ago and settled on Quixote. Its python-module-like templating
>seemed a little odd to me, but the pythonic design was a real plus (as
>opposed to Zope at the time).
I haven't really done an exhaustive research of the alternatives.
Mostly it's that the ones I looked at didn't appeal to me for various
reasons, I'm not sure that I could give a really fair evaluation of the
If I were to give up JOTWeb, I'd probably go to Albatross right now. I
wanted to like Quixote, but I really don't care for it. Zope 3 is
supposed to be a lot more like JOTWeb, but I kind of got tired of
waiting for it. Jon Corbette from LWN uses Quixote and likes it...
The thing I really liked about SkunkWeb was that it has really good
caching. One thing I plan to add to JOTWeb before too long.
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