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D3c9a4e663c77df1fe4888da3ba85bcc?d=identicon&s=25 * William (Guest)
on 2009-03-24 11:17
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Hi all...

I've been busy on my researches, and have some time to connect back with
the
Og/Nitro gang.  Actually I'd like a nice mature, non-rails ruby bases
web
deployment system to generate interest in FOSS development in my local
(geographical) area.

There is no reason to not do Rails, it is a career move for some people
I
think.  I tend to thin the Nitro way is 'better'.  I also think that
mono-culture is a poor substitute for thinking.  To mis-use Tolkein,
"There
can NOT be only one framework to rule them all".  For me.

I would like some example URI-s for Nitro powered and Nitro derived web
sites that you Know or Own?

Thanks for you help, in advance.

aloha,
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Fd8f09626613a93a79e2ae899f00a465?d=identicon&s=25 Dan North (Guest)
on 2009-03-24 19:33
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Hi William.

The Nitro world has gone quiet. George stopped actively developing it
and
the Og ORM was spun off into its own project.

Take a look at ramaze <http://ramaze.net/> for a non-rails web stack
with a
very similar feel to nitro. It plays nice with about every view/template
technology and ORM you can think of  - including the sucky ActiveRecord
and
the lovely Og - and you can be up and running as quick as you can type:

require 'ramaze'

class MainController < Ramaze::Controller
  def index
    "hello"
  end
end

Ramaze.start

With nary a database configuration in sight.

Cheers,
Dan


2009/3/24 * William <william.full.moon@gmail.com>
7a4e995e378ef66de0ceaea5e1381ee1?d=identicon&s=25 George Moschovitis (Guest)
on 2009-03-24 20:45
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Indeed, I am not working on the public Ruby version of Nitro any more
(although I am maintaining a heavily customized version used on
http://www.me.gr)

However, I am working on a JavaScript version of Nitro:
www.github.com/gmosx/nitro

It's at the very early stages (ie it is expected to change a lot) and
the
philosophy is quite different than the old Ruby version.

If you liked the old version you should indeed check out Ramaze.

regards,
George.
D3c9a4e663c77df1fe4888da3ba85bcc?d=identicon&s=25 * William (Guest)
on 2009-03-25 14:16
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Thanks Dan / George.

I got into the new OgDen project but there is a problem with some new
facets, I think.  I will definitely have a look at
ramaze<http://ramaze.net/>,
my 'thing' of course is organisational ecology; I'm thinking that a
healthy
Ruby community needs 3 or 4 examples of a "web framework"-s.

I am interested to know if there are Nitro powered web sites still.

As an aside, I recommend the March-2008

   - *The Power of Java and
Ruby<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfnP-8XbJao>
   * ( * * * * _ )
   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfnP-8XbJao

In there, they have substituted ActiveRecord with scalable hibernate
(and it
is faster than Ruby 1.9)

Also for those not looking, NetBeans lets you configure a project to
target
-->  Ruby 1.9, Ruby 1.9, JRuby and Groovy from the same nice IDE.  I'm
sorry
to say I find Eclipse dysfunctional now (netbeans doesn't do Git yet).

I don't mention this much; this is a good time to comment.  I'm into
knowledge management and sensemaking (some overlap with semantic
computation).  The nice people on the
freemind<http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Fre...
have instanced
groovy<http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Fre...
the script language.

That's just "news" for the gang.  Often as not, I'm last to know such
things. :-)

aloha,
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2009/3/25 George Moschovitis <george.moschovitis@gmail.com>
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