MarkaBoo

What’s the Love Level over at MarkaBoo.com? (Ie. Level of active
development and support?)

Thanks,
T.

Okay, I’ll expend on this topic. Today I learned that Del.icio.us is
owned by Yahoo! Appearently Yahoo! bought them 10 months ago and I
missed the news. Well, I won’t have anything to do with Yahoo! They
cheated me and deleted all my email. So I boycott them and ecourage
others to do the same every chance I get.

So now I’m in the market for a new bookmark service. So far I’m
thinking Furl, Simpy, Blogmarks or MarkaBoo. MarkaBoo is of course of
interest b/c it’s a Ruby/Rails app --not only could I use the service,
I could contribute to the project. Hence my query.

T.

http://rubyforge.org/projects/markaboo/
Certainly doesn’t look very active, might want to get in touch with
them directly as I’m sure they can fill you in more effectively(or
not which obviously says a lot).

On 9/26/06, Trans [email protected] wrote:

Okay, I’ll expend on this topic. Today I learned that Del.icio.us is
owned by Yahoo! Appearently Yahoo! bought them 10 months ago and I
missed the news. Well, I won’t have anything to do with Yahoo! They
cheated me and deleted all my email. So I boycott them and ecourage
others to do the same every chance I get.

So now I’m in the market for a new bookmark service. So far I’m
thinking Furl, Simpy, Blogmarks or MarkaBoo. MarkaBoo is of course of
interest b/c it’s a Ruby/Rails app --not only could I use the service,
I could contribute to the project. Hence my query.

I’ve enjoyed using ma.gnolia.com. It is also a rails app (but closed
source).

Brian.

Don’t let the Rubyforge statistics fool you, we’ve recently been using
SVK
for distributed development over Subversion so the checkins are a little
more rare.
We’re hard at work on bug fixes, speed improvements, refactoring, and
testing as well as the all-important search functionality. In truth,
this
last feature has taken us twice as long as we expected, but we wanted to
get
it right the first time aournd. Feel free to signup for a free account
and
kick the tires. We appreciate all feedback, good or bad so feel free to
let
us know how we’re doing.

Cheers,
Christian Romney
http://www.xml-blog.com

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