Welcome to Zope.org

Zope is the leading Open Source web application server. Zope enables teams to collaborate in the creation and management of dynamic web-based business applications such as intranets and portals. Zope makes it easy to build features such as site search, news, personalization, and e-commerce into your web applications.

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Get Zope (2.1.6)

Download Zope now for free! Zope runs on almost all Unix computers and Windows NT. Zope comes with everything you need to get up and running including a built-in web server and search engine.

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Zope benefits from a strong developer and user community. Zope community members drive Zope forward and help each other by providing peer support, advice, and open source software. More than any other factor Zope's large and active community ensures its success.

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About Zope.org

Zope.org provides information about Zope and resources for the Zope community. Join Zope.org to get your own free Zope account and get in on the excitement without having to download or install anything.

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Zope News

23 May - jcNTUserFolder-0.0.7 released

23 May - Mailinglist for MetaPublisher Users

22 May - Portuguese Zope Portal

22 May - NIP Announces Free Zope Hosting

21 May - mysqlUserFolder-0.4.1 released




CodeCatalog.com provides developers fast access to CodeCatalog.com's extensive database of indexed code from open-source projects. It is an indexed archive of more than 20 million lines of source code from popular open-source projects like Linux, Apache, Samba, and Zope itself. Developers working on open-source projects can query CodeCatalog.com to find open-source code they can study and even use in their own projects.

SourceGear's Eric Sink, original creator of CodeCatalog.com, says, "We designed the CodeCatalog.com database front end twice, once in PHP, a very popular web scripting language, and once in Zope. Because of the advanced database support in Zope, including strong support for caching of query results, the Zope version was much faster."