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  • So. Is there more I can read about Labyrinth somewhere? -j
    • Not yet. I don't feel brave enough to release the code just yet. There are still some things I want to clean up, as although I know how it works, I wanted it to be as obvious to others too. Having seen the way that Catalyst and Jifty have ways of building very basic sites from the word go, I want to be able to have a skeleton that will work out of the box, which then you can add predesigned plugins to it without needing to understand where everything fits. It was how the prototype was designed for LEAs, which is still being used across the UK 4 years later.

      Whereas Jifty and Catalyst are more for programmers, Labyrinth was intended as a complete product that HTML/CSS gurus could then take on to do all the fancy layout stuff with. I'm sure once I do release it, I'll get lots of feedback (I'm sure bargepoles will feature a lot ;)), but at the end of the day I wrote it to make my life easier, and it has. But in the interests of sharing ideas, I do want to try and get it into a state that I feel comfortable to release it. And seeing as YAPC::Europe::2006 is now over, I getting a bit more time to clean it up and write all that missing documentation.