Lyle Johnson wrote:
> I just cast my votes. Also, an observation (but not a criticism): It is 
> interesting to me that there aren't any entries on the list that I would 
> consider pure end-user "applications". One could technically argue that 
> an IDE like FreeRIDE is an application, but I don't see anything there 
> that really stands on its own -- they're all packages, tools, etc. that 
> developers would use to develop end-user applications, web sites, whatever.

I think that's true of our community in general. The Ruby "Application"
Archive has fewer applications than it has anything else, I think.

Let's all work on that in our copious spare time.


Hal