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  Comment: Dancer favoritism? (Score 1) on 2010.04.08 7:41

I have to say I was greatly impressed that the Dancer guys have offered to implement some kind of configuration option so I can explicitly turn disable their Dancer-imposed warnings in production...

This quote makes me very suspicious about the whole contest, since the Mojolicious folks never even heard a single word about this before.

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  Comment: Re:Yes! (Score 1) on 2010.04.03 14:15

This was meant as a reply to chansens comment above.
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  Comment: Re:Correctness (Score 1) on 2010.04.03 14:06

See comment below please.
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  Comment: Yes! (Score 1) on 2010.04.03 13:51

Such an in depth review would be amazing and very helpful, but i think it might be a bit too much for this competition.
Maybe we can find a GSOC student to give it a try! :)
Btw. "use Mojolicious::Lite" activates strict and warnings.

P.S: Website should be fixed and all examples have been updated to use "app->start" instead of "shagadelic". (Lets face it, inside jokes are not fun for new users)
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  Comment: Re:Don't forget Rack based frameworks (Score 1) on 2009.06.29 8:04

by sri on 2009.06.29 8:04 (#69172)
Attached to: Reading up on MVC, part 1: Ruby on Rails
If your aim is to have a full Rack port maybe you should call it Rack or Web::Rack? Web.pm seems a bit too generic, after all there will be alternatives and they'll need a namespace too.
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  Comment: Re:Don't forget Rack based frameworks (Score 1) on 2009.06.26 18:40

by sri on 2009.06.26 18:40 (#69162)
Attached to: Reading up on MVC, part 1: Ruby on Rails
I don't think you can compare mod_perl and Rack (both Rails and Merb are based on Rack these days btw.). Rack is all about running your code on different HTTP servers using a unified api, while mod_perl gives you the power to hook into the guts of Apache and change low level logic.
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  Comment: Re:Also... (Score 1) on 2009.06.26 18:31

by sri on 2009.06.26 18:31 (#69161)
Attached to: Reading up on MVC, part 1: Ruby on Rails
Thats correct, we have a full featured HTTP 1.1 stack ready to be ported to Perl6. (also including a Rack layer on the server side)
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  Comment: Scaffolding... (Score 1) on 2009.06.26 18:25

by sri on 2009.06.26 18:25 (#69160)
Attached to: Reading up on MVC, part 1: Ruby on Rails
Scaffolding sure looks amazing in Screencasts, but what you shouldn't forget is that the ORM agnostic Merb was pretty much about to beat Rails when they decided to merge both projects.
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  Comment: The right thing to do... (Score 1) on 2009.04.22 1:44

by sri on 2009.04.22 1:44 (#68201)
Attached to: Beautiful is better than ugly
...would be to get a professional designer to create a real logo and a site template, imo this is long overdue.
And by professional designer i mean someone prominent, like Jon Hicks.
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  Journal: Want Mojo documentation? on 2008.11.05 10:33

Journal by sri on 2008.11.05 10:33
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I've submitted a grant proposal to the Perl Foundation, you can leave a comment there to show them your interest, every comment counts!
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  Journal: Mojo website launched! on 2008.11.03 9:00

Journal by sri on 2008.11.03 9:00
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  Journal: Mojo 0.8 released (full Windows compatibility) on 2008.11.03 8:53

Journal by sri on 2008.11.03 8:53

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  Journal: Mojo 0.7 released (Perl on Rails in 150 lines of code) on 2008.10.20 13:31

Journal by sri on 2008.10.20 13:31
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  Journal: Dispatchers for dummies! :) on 2008.10.14 8:32

Journal by sri on 2008.10.14 8:32

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  Journal: Mojolicious?! on 2008.10.11 6:06

Journal by sri on 2008.10.11 6:06
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Because explaining internals always sucks, this will be much more fun. :)
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