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I've been thteatening to launch Rubyx for a while, but the doentation is taking longer than expected ;) It's still not finished, but the latest is available at www.rubyx.org The stuff to look at is Rationale, features, using rubyx and rubyx manual. The rest is placeholder at the moment. Any comments/feedback/criticism/editing welcome! Andrew Walrond PS The website is far from finished yet, so please don't slashdot me... PPS Thanks to all who helped testing the rubyx bootstrap process....

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    I've been thteatening to launch Rubyx for a while, but the doentation is
    taking longer than expected ;)

    It's still not finished, but the latest is available at

    www.rubyx.org

    The stuff to look at is Rationale, features, using rubyx and rubyx manual. The
    rest is placeholder at the moment.

    Any comments/feedback/criticism/editing welcome!

    Andrew Walrond

    PS The website is far from finished yet, so please don't slashdot me...
    PPS Thanks to all who helped testing the rubyx bootstrap process.



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    On 23/02/2004, at 10:28 PM, Andrew Walrond wrote: 

    Pet peeve: The front page of your site should explain what rubyx is,
    rather than hiding it on a subsidiary page.

    Charles Miller

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    On Mon, 23 Feb 2004 22:08:35 +0900, Charles Miller
    <org> wrote (more or less):
     
    >
    >Pet peeve: The front page of your site should explain what rubyx is,
    >rather than hiding it on a subsidiary page.[/ref]

    I second this. It's important that the first page tell you whether or
    not the rest of the pages are of interest.


    The answers to :
    What is it?
    What is it for?
    Who is it for?

    should be on the front page.
    Cheers,
    Euan
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    On Feb 23, 2004, at 6:19 AM, Gawnsoft wrote: 

    And (general comment, not specific to the Rubyx site) nearly as
    important are the answers to the questions:
    * What ISN'T this?
    * What DOESN'T it do?
    * Who is NOT the target audience, and should leave right now.


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    I've made the changes.

    A.



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