Before I glanced at the sender of this message I went over to
hobix.com and I was wondering why the art and color scheme of the
hobix web site was so--shall we say--interesting, and then I looked at
who made it and all my questions were answered.  Thanks for all the
great contributions _why!

On Thu, 7 Oct 2004 04:40:30 +0900, why the lucky stiff
<ruby-talk / whytheluckystiff.net> wrote:
> hi, again, rubynauts.
> 
> a newly spritzed 0.3 release of hobix is out.  many, many warm thanks to
> the crowd on hobix-is-the-way mailing list for their special attention
> to details and the smorgasbord of plug-ins they've been slaving on.
> you're all just another brilliant shining light and deafening roar that
> will ultimately fry my skin off, but for now: what a blast.
> 
> a bit on hobix:
> 
>      Hobix is a complete blogging system, designed to be managed on the
>      file system and accessed through a command-line application.
>      Hobix is centrally powered by Textile, YAML and Ruby.
>      The command-line application is powered by a complete Ruby library
>      which is designed to be fully scriptable and extensible.
> 
>      Hobix comes with complete documentation in ri.  Type: ri Hobix
>      You'll see a complete overview of classes and some examples.
> 
>      For help with the commandline: hobix help
> 
>      More at http://hobix.com/.
> 
> here's where you do this:
> 
>     ruby -ropen-uri -e 'eval(open("http://go.hobix.com/").read)'
> 
> Hobix Is The Way mailing list for tips and discussion:
> http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/hobix-is-the-way
> 
> again, thanks for being such slimy people.
> 
> _why
> 
>