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Re: What really makes rails work comment 000

Why arguing about which of the two of the greatest products should come first?

To me, zope2.x seems harder to modeling/manage enterprise-sized application while 3 seems making routine-task a lot harder for a new-comer than how it can be done with 2.x's ZMI. --Just like in Linux world, some prefer GUI while others value CLI.

Can't they co-exist and collaborate?

Wouldn't it be nice if the future zope3 combines the simplicity of configuring objects with zope2(through its ZMI) and having better capability of handling M/C/V with its current underlying framework?

P.S. I am by no means an expert in either zope or python, so hope you guys don't mind, just trying to make a point here :)

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To me, zope2.x seems harder to modeling/manage enterprise-sized application while 3 seems making routine-task a lot harder for a new-comer than how it can be done with 2.x's ZMI. --Just like in Linux world, some prefer GUI while others value CLI.

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