Overview and Resources
6 May: Guido wins DDJ award
4 May: Zope 1.11.0pr1 Released
3 May: Zope on cover of Linux Magazin
3 May: Adabas adapter contributed
1 May: IDG Now! Case Study
1 May: Zope in InfoWorld WebDAV article
27 Apr: ZODB 3 UML Model
15 Apr: ZServer 1.0b1 released
Who's Using Zope?
Find out about who's using Zope and how they're using it.
The Zope community gathers in a few Mailman based mailing lists. (Mailman provides an overview of the collection of public mailing lists on zope.org.)
Digital Creations is hosting continuously up-to-date mirrors of Zope developer's CVS-based source code repositories, so the community at large can track Zope source code changes as they are applied. Follow the instructions to arrange for your own checkouts over the internet, and see the zope-checkins and Digicool-CVS entries for info about receiving checkin annoucements as checkins are made.
We are initially making the core Zope sources available, and plan to bring other projects online - from developers within and outside of Digital Creations. If you are continuing to develop a body of Zope-relevant code that you'd like to publish via CVS from zope.org, contact me, email@example.com.
In any case, if you are maintaining or considering development of a Zope project, and are interested in support, contact us .
Contributed Code Archive
We are developing a contributed code archive. We are planning on using Michel Pelletier's ZTrove. In the mean time we have a temporary contrib area available.
Some Volunteer Efforts
We have an area for coordination of in-progress efforts between digital creations and members of the community - currently, mostly help with documentation development and refinement:
In an Investors Corner series of tutorials, Hadar Pedhazur, the infamous venture capitalist who turned Digital Creations to Open Source, shares some of his experiences with Zope.
No large software project would be complete without a theme song .
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