On 2/7/06, Jeff Shell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Something that I admire about Ruby on Rails, Django, MochiKit, and
> TurboGears all is that they're opinionated, proud of it, clear in
> their message, and all seem to have a similar degree of respect for
> simplicity and communication.

Just a (recent) example from TG  :

> I've set up a CafePress store for all that TurboGears swag you've been
> dying to have!
> It's under construction (the store header is not ideal, and the G-gear
> needs some fixing up before it goes well on t-shirts), but it's fully
> functional given that CafePress does all of the actual work.
> Thanks to Richard Koorb (who we have to thank for our shiny new
> graphics as it is), there are a couple of shirt designs specifically
> for PyCon 2006! That's why I wanted to let you all know about the
> store before it's even done... there's realistically only a few days
> to order one of those shirts to get it in time for PyCon.
> http://store.turbogears.org
> or if that's not working for you yet:
> http://www.cafepress.com/turbogears

Sébastien Douche <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
XPDay France le 23 & 24 Mars 2006 - séminaire sur l'agilité.
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