[ANN] AIDA/Web app server 5.4 beta released on Squeak

Sebastian Sastre ssastre at seaswork.com
Thu Jun 14 19:27:09 UTC 2007

I agree with Avi,

	there is no light on that path. Let's use our operative time for
useful discussions: the ones that lead us to construct or maintain good
things. Sometimes there are direct creation based on a consensed use of time
and resources and sometimes there are a need to use tecnically destructive
criticism (of things and/or ideas and/or attitude and never persons) to make
room to make feasible to construct new better things for the good of us all.

	I don't see previous posts of this discussion matches any of those
cases. Free discussion of differences lead to waste of resources. Ego fights
are childhood and seems to me that here people use it's one kilogram nervous
system to go far away from childhood. 

	What I do see is that this case is about the born of an option for
us all in web development with smalltalk. Squeak in particular, so today is
a great day.

	In Michael Scott's words: let's celebrate diversity :)


Sebastian Sastre

> -----Mensaje original-----
> De: squeak-dev-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org 
> [mailto:squeak-dev-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] En 
> nombre de Avi Bryant
> Enviado el: Jueves, 14 de Junio de 2007 16:03
> Para: The general-purpose Squeak developers list
> Asunto: Re: [ANN] AIDA/Web app server 5.4 beta released on Squeak
> On 6/14/07, Janko Mivšek <janko.mivsek at eranova.si> wrote:
> > Lukas, I was asked and I provided an answer. Which is my 
> opinion based 
> > on observation, checking some examples and experiences from others.
> >
> > And you obviously don't have a faintest idea about Aida, right?
> Folks, let's kill this thread.
> I certainly know very little about Aida, and wouldn't make 
> and haven't made any claims about it or what it's appropriate 
> for.  That's for you to say.
> By the same token, I do think it's reasonable for Lukas to 
> suggest that you leave an analysis of Seaside to those who 
> are familiar with it.
> The great thing is that now that both are available for 
> Squeak, there will no doubt eventually be people who have 
> deep experience with both and can make reasonable 
> comparisons, to the benefit of us all.
> For now, I think this discussion is going to generate a lot 
> of heat and not much light.
> Avi

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