[Web-SIG] Announcing bobo
nathan at yergler.net
Tue Jun 16 18:39:06 CEST 2009
On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 9:15 AM, Etienne
Robillard<robillard.etienne at gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't care about '97, pretty much.
> I think that if this Jim guy has lots of experience then at least he
> could not pretend that other people works are made by/for geniuses,
> which is probably untrue anyway.
How do you know that Jim believes this? I don't see anything in his
initial announcement (or in skimming the documentation) that implies
you should choose Bobo over any other framework.
> There's other ways to advertise a open source project. One method
> is to discriminate other projects, thus making it's own work appears
> better in some ways or another. Of courses this has nothing to do in
> being a genius.. You don't have to be a genius to copy-and-paste things.
Again, this seems to be a stretch. Jim simply sent a message letting
people know about Bobo. I for one appreciate that, as it's useful for
me to have different tools in my toolkit for approaching different
problems. Bobo may share features (or non-features) with other
frameworks (web.py comes to mind) but that doesn't mean it's "copy and
This feels like an ad hominem argument which is both surprising and
> Martijn Faassen wrote:
>> On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 4:51 PM, Etienne
>> Robillard<robillard.etienne at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Nothing very new here. At least next time try to be a little more
>>> creative, otherwise this is getting slightly boring and repetitive...
>> It's a bit rich to call Jim Fulton uncreative concerning web
>> development. I suggest you delve into the history of Python web
>> development for a bit. Of course back in '97 there was more to invent
>> than there is today.
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