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whit at kalistra.com
Thu Dec 1 06:01:32 CET 2005
if nothing else, ruby-on-rails has given hope to hundreds of long-suffering zope2 developers who now can consider that there might be a world with less pain that does not require sitting through the zope3 tutorial.
Ben Bangert wrote:
>On Nov 30, 2005, at 8:29 PM, Mike Cheponis wrote:
>>On Wed, 30 Nov 2005, Deirdre Saoirse Moen wrote:
>>>And Giles, yes, I make my living doing Ruby development (specifically
>>>Ruby on Rails)
>>I'm curious, why don't you use TurboGears?
>>( I'd rather have my fingernails pulled out with pliers than use
>Oh come on, be nice. We might not have had TurboGears without a
>project like Rails. ;)
>Seriously, in the Python web world, making so many decisions for a
>user, instead of giving them 'ultimate flexibility to choose their
>tools' would have been enough to get you lynched. Now that there's a
>project that shows the obvious advantages of making all the 'tough'
>decisions for you, the benefits are fairly obvious. Though I've
>forgotten what they are at the moment....
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