James Britt wrote:
> There's a fine line between promotion and hype, and the Rails hype may 
> be counterproductive.   I can understand why people get enthusiastic, 
> why they want everyone to drink the Rails Kool-Aid; it's great for 
> business and all, and it's arguably good for Ruby, but at times it just 
> comes off as strident dogma, marketecture buzz, or dust-jacket blurbs.

Hype and rhetoric will always be around.  And it's okay to push it away, 
if that's not your style.

I just don't want to see us become divided against each other.  We have 
a strong culture and a common aesthetic.  Let's focus on that.

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