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Hello there.

I'm wondering about some things here.

Everytime I talk about Ruby to programmers of other languages, they ask "but
what is the Ruby official GUI?".

Ok, I know that we have some really good options on GUIs - GTK, Qt, etc, and we
use the one we like most - but this kind of freedom sometimes can looks like a
missing "way to do that", at least for the biggest part of those guys, and, let
me confess, sometimes I stay confused about this question also, because there
are really good choices and no time available to test it all.

I'll make some apps and I'm still with doubts about what option to use!

I'm just wondering if will not be a good (or horrible!) idea to have an
"official" Ruby GUI (not Tk, please! some more cute components ;-) to make clear
to people what can be their first option to use when migrating their apps from
some other language. As Rails is *the* Ruby option for web development, I think
the apps GUI is still some kind of losing the focus ...

What you guys think about? What could be our answer to that initial question?

Best regards,

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EustŠ“uio "TaQ" Rangel
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http://beam.to/taq
UsuŠ”io GNU/Linux no. 224050
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