Right, today was a good day. We've got OpenFrame serving to applications written in PHP that are serving data back in YAML. Why are we doing this? The point of the system is that its open - if we can make it work in PHP, then we can make it work in just about anything (although perhaps INTERCAL may be a better way of doing it).
Fixed a few bugs as well. Installed it on the fotango open source server, which will be available RSN. We've got a bunch of code to be distributed, and we've got a go-ahead now, which is good news.
We're trying to get as much done as possible to make the first release as complete as possible. The documentation is a grind, because its not really the internals that need to be documented for the outside world, its the interface. Because the way we are writing it makes it so extensible, its in some ways easier to write about how you can't extend it