On Jan 14, 2005, at 9:07 AM, Sam Roberts wrote:

> Quoteing sera / fhwang.net, on Fri, Jan 14, 2005 at 07:03:08AM +0900:
>> Some people probably want some help in their decisions, and that's a
>> reasonable desire. In the "information market" of Ruby users, there's 
>> a
>> vital role to be played as intermediary--that is, to skip trying to be
>> the guy who wrote everybody's favorite WAF, and instead to be the guy
>> who writes cogent summaries of the choices to help everybody pick 
>> their
>> own.
>
>
> Yes, the choice may be good - but the lack of docs and lack of summary
> of what is different/good/bad about them is overwhelming if you are
> just getting in to them.
>

All true. So instead of asking people to code less, we should probably 
ask them to document more.

Francis Hwang
http://fhwang.net/