I may have spoken too quickly here, but being stuck at Py24 was not going to
get Zope/Plone any closer to GAE, and surely GAE will move toward Py26 /
Py30 at some time in the future. My personal belief continues to be that any
steps taken toward moving the Plone stack closer to a pure-Python
implementation (whether running on GAE or not) will have tremendous
On Sun, Oct 19, 2008 at 2:18 AM, Chaitanya Sharma <chaitanya@...:
> On Sat, Oct 18, 2008 at 7:12 PM, BC Capps <bc@...> wrote:
>> Chaitanya Sharma <chaitanya@...> writes:
>> > Hi List,This is my first mail to the list, and I join as a new user to
>> plone community!My question is, Are there plans or work-in-progress to
>> plone to the google's appengine platform ?
>> > and if any how soon do we expect a release ?thanks in advance,Chaitanya!
>> While GAE/Plone is not yet ready for prime-time (or even close to be
>> there are many of us out here who are watching developments with a hopeful
>> One key hurdle has been completed just in the past few weeks, as Zope has
>> shown to run on Python 2.6. There are still many steps to getting Plone
>> on GAE, but nothing else could progress until this first step happened.
> As far as I know, GAE supports Python runtime environment version 2.5.2.
> and everything that is built for the same versions.,
> Please pardon my ignorance but then, How does porting to Zope to support
> Python 2.6 help Plone on getting to GAE.
>> Congratulations and a hearty thank you to all those who contributed to
>> important first step!