[Seaside] Re: Starting out

Davorin Rusevljan davorin.rusevljan at gmail.com
Wed Dec 17 22:00:39 UTC 2008


I think that you are comparing apples to oranges. Oracle handles one class
of problems like a champ. If you have such problem at hand then you should
stick toOracle. On the other hand if you would like to build web apps for
Internet, you should accept that some things which are trivial in typical
forms app require a lot of work. Seaside helps to cut down that amount of
work. But unfortunately web apps are such mess that there is still a lot of
plumbing that needs to be done on infrastructure, and that's what seaside
does well.

On Dec 17, 2008 10:14 PM, "Michael Atkisson" <michael_atkisson at comcast.net>

> > Imagine you are a business programmer, although you have heard of this >
exciting new environme...
My Impression of the responses so far.

Someone might work on these issues some day.
We have either no interest or they are not important enough
to address by the people who actually do the programming
of the seaside system.
We don't care if the system is useful to normal business
programmer types, we only care that it is stable.
Yes, you do have to be a rocket scientist to work on seaside!
Please start your education immediately and come back
when you are ready.

PS: On hand holding issue.  I have never submitted a programming
issue to Oracle yet.  I do have to read their documentation

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