[Seaside] SushiStore removed from Seaside

Conrad Taylor conradwt at gmail.com
Sun Aug 5 22:25:43 UTC 2007

Hey Philippe, that's an excellent idea in regards to having GemStone/Cincom
take over the Sushi Store.  Also, it would be good as an instructional aid
to developers in how to build Seaside applications in general.

On 8/5/07, Philippe Marschall <philippe.marschall at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
> The latest version of Seaside 2.8 does no longer include the Sushi
> Store. The Sushi Store had several problems, it is quite big which
> makes not easy to focus on the important parts while ignoring the
> unimportant ones. Additionally it isn't really a good example of a
> Seaside application because it uses Seaside 2.5 or older idioms.
> Finally it was badly maintained. The code can now be found in the new
> Seaside examples repository [1]. There are also other examples
> including some from Websh [2] (don't ask). They still need
> documentation but that will change. The idea of these examples are
> that they are minimal and focus on one concept only. They are not
> supposed to look cool or offer some fancy functionality that has
> nothing to do with the subject. If you have cool and short examples
> from somewhere else like other frameworks that would make sense for
> Seaside please inform us about them or even better, implement them
> yourself. The repository has public write access.
> Personally I would welcome it if GemStone and Cincom would take over
> Sushi Store, modernize and modularize it so that they can use it to
> show off their persistence solutions. This way customers could side by
> side compare and choose what is most appropriate for them. A magma
> version would certainly be appreciated as well.
> Cheers
> Philippe
> [1] http://www.squeaksource.com/SeasideExamples
> [2] http://tcl.apache.org/websh/examples.ws3
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