At the time of this writing there is a multitude of sources for Zope information on the Internet and in print. We've collected a number of the most important links which you can use to find out more about Zope.
Zope Web Sites
Zope.org is the official Zope web site. It has downloads, documentation, news, and lots of community resources.
ZopeLabs"//www.zopelabs.com is a website dedicated to gathering "recipe-like" snippets of Zope programming logic. It is run by Adam Kendall.
My-Zope is a weblog about Zope run by noted community member "kedai".
Zope.org Documentation has lots of documentation including official documentation projects and contributed community documentation.
Zope Documentation Project is a community-run Zope documentation web site. It hosts original documentation and has links to other sources of documentation.
Zope Developer's Guide teaches you how to write Zope products.
(Other) Zope Books
The Zope Bible=1030511472/sr=2-1/ref=sr_2_1/002-3988880-4512056 by Scott Robertson and Michael Bernstein.
The Book of Zope=1030511472/sr=2-2/ref=sr_2_2/002-3988880-4512056 by Beehive.
The Zope Web Application Construction Kit=1030511472/sr=1-5/ref=sr_1_5/002-3988880-4512056?v=glance&s=books edited by Martina Brockman, et. al.
Zope: Web Application Development and Content Management=1030511472/sr=1-2/ref=sr_1_2/002-3988880-4512056?v=glance&s=books edited by Steve Spicklemire et al.
Zope.org Mailing Lists maintains a collection of the many Zope mailing lists.
Python.org has lots of information about Python including a tutorial and reference documentation.
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Created: 2006/08/09 12:59:0.837000 GMT-4 by brian.r.brinegar.1.
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