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Appendix D: Zope Resources

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.dev is the official Zope website. It has downloads, documentation, news, and lots of community resources.

Zope Documentation

The main Zope documentation site is at https://zope.readthedocs.io/. It contains technical documentation as well as the Zope Book and the Zope Developer's Guide.

(Other) Zope Books

All of these books have been written for Zope version 2. Many concepts and examples still apply to Zope versions 4 and up.

The Zope Bible by Scott Robertson and Michael Bernstein, published April 2002.

The Book of Zope by Beehive, published November 2001.

The Zope Web Application Construction Kit edited by Martina Brockman, et. al., published October 2001.

Zope: Web Application Development and Content Management edited by Steve Spicklemire et al., published December 2001.

Zope: Timely, Practical, Reliable written by Pierre Julien Grizel.

The Zope Book is the hardcover version of the original edition Zope Book on which the first version of this text is based. The first edition was published in July 2001.

Mailing Lists

Zope mailing lists are managed at mail.zope.dev .

Python Information

Python.org has lots of information about Python including a tutorial and reference documentation.