Mongril or Lighthttttp? Yes

I was writing my blob at http://railsblob.blogspot.com/ which is for new
people who are new to Rubby and I was learning if Mongril or
Lighthttttp? or Web Rick is better for me. Have you any advice. Thanks?

Rails B.

On 8/4/06, Rails B. [email protected] wrote:

I was writing my blob at http://railsblob.blogspot.com/ which is for new
people who are new to Rubby and I was learning if Mongril or
Lighthttttp? or Web Rick is better for me. Have you any advice. Thanks?

Mongrel is probably the best to use.

And I’ve rarely seen a higher mispeling-to-word ratio. Congratulations!

Joe

On 8/4/06, Joe Van D. [email protected] wrote:

On 8/4/06, Rails B. [email protected] wrote:

I was writing my blob at http://railsblob.blogspot.com/ which is for new
people who are new to Rubby and I was learning if Mongril or
Lighthttttp? or Web Rick is better for me. Have you any advice. Thanks?

Mongrel is probably the best to use.

And I’ve rarely seen a higher mispeling-to-word ratio. Congratulations!

Ahahahhaahaa

“I am only learning Rubby. It was written by a Zen man in the Japan
who learned it while meditating and it Did Not Repeat on him. His name
is Matthew and he makes Rubby to be fun for coders like me and you.”

http://railsblob.blogspot.com/2006/08/my-new-blob.html

And I’ve rarely seen a higher mispeling-to-word ratio.

Joe,

You may have come close if you typed a few more words! Funny how you
mispelled mispelling!

Usually “And” is not used to start a sentence! But hey, it is a mailing
list, right? :slight_smile:

Michael

On 8/4/06, Joe Van D. [email protected] wrote:

Ahahahhaahaa

“I am only learning Rubby. It was written by a Zen man in the Japan
who learned it while meditating and it Did Not Repeat on him. His name
is Matthew and he makes Rubby to be fun for coders like me and you.”

http://railsblob.blogspot.com/2006/08/my-new-blob.html

I also like:

"htpp:\www.loudshouting.com

This is the man who invented Rails. I forget his name, but he uses his
initials for his name - DDT. DDT is so clever he is Danish. He
invented Rails in a week and then went to live in America with other
Rubby programmers. He believes in software Having Opinions which means
that Rails knows what it likes and will not work for you if it
disagrees with you. I think he is great. He fights with Javac
programmers all the time. He always wins though because Javac
programmers are Very Slow and he is Agile. Because Rubby was invented
by Zen in Japan all Rubby programmers are good at martian arts and can
Kick Ass if Javacs show up. I am just learnding how to do this!"

http://railsblob.blogspot.com/2006/08/rubby-links-on-ww-w.html

“I am getting on as soon as my Unbuntu conputer has the W.W.W installed”

And when did I miss the Swings!? Damn it!

:wink:

M.T.

On 8/4/06, Joe Van D. [email protected] wrote:

“htpp:\www.loudshouting.com
Kick Ass if Javacs show up. I am just learnding how to do this!”

http://railsblob.blogspot.com/2006/08/rubby-links-on-ww-w.html

My nervous is huge.

Joe Van D. wrote:

On 8/4/06, Rails B. [email protected] wrote:

I was writing my blob at http://railsblob.blogspot.com/ which is for new
people who are new to Rubby and I was learning if Mongril or
Lighthttttp? or Web Rick is better for me. Have you any advice. Thanks?

Mongrel is probably the best to use.

And I’ve rarely seen a higher mispeling-to-word ratio. Congratulations!

Leaving aside the misspelling noise, there are severe problems with the
signal:

http://railsblob.blogspot.com/2006/08/rubby-links-on-ww-w.html

!!!

Justin

this blob is really great… :smiley:
i wish more people would blob like this…
especially the star trek pun in “Why Javacs sucks” caught my attention.
Dirk.

this guy can’t be for real. that blog (i mean “blob”) is something…

ed

Martin DeMello wrote:

I’m betting parody, and a brilliant one at that :slight_smile:

martin

I am de Lighted that I have the Rubby communisty behind me and in front
of me.

I am looking froward to having more Rails fun on he W. w. W and when I
get MOngrill working I will make some Rails recipes for all of everyone!

Hav fun Rubby hackxers!

I’m betting parody, and a brilliant one at that :slight_smile:

martin

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