Ruby Interface to NaNoWriMo Stats

I’m sure some of you are participating in this year’s National Novel
Writing
Month (http://www.nanowrimo.org). I’ve taken the liberty to build a
simple
interface to their Word Count API, allowing the user to download the
current
wordcount, name, and wordcount history for any NaNoWriMo participant.

The gem is available here: http://rubyforge.org/projects/wordcount/

I’ve included two little examples, one of which is using _why’s Camping
framework and Gruff to produce some pretty graphs.

You can see a live example here (http://www.styledbits.com/nanowrimo),
but
it is currently blank until the contest starts on Nov 1.

If you aren’t currently participating, give the site a read over.

Happy novel writing,

Michael

Michael G. wrote:

framework and Gruff to produce some pretty graphs.

You can see a live example here (http://www.styledbits.com/nanowrimo), but
it is currently blank until the contest starts on Nov 1.

If you aren’t currently participating, give the site a read over.

Happy novel writing,

Michael

Is there a National Ruby Technical Book Writing Month?

On 10/29/06, Michael G. [email protected] wrote:

I’m sure some of you are participating in this year’s National Novel Writing
Month (http://www.nanowrimo.org). I’ve taken the liberty to build a simple
interface to their Word Count API, allowing the user to download the current
wordcount, name, and wordcount history for any NaNoWriMo participant.

hmm… NaNoWriMo sounds neat.

The gem is available here: http://rubyforge.org/projects/wordcount/

Please consider using a much less generic name for this gem. If
anyone writes a generalized word counting tool, this name will be
already reserved. Even nano-wordcount would be better than just
wordcount.

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