Eustaquio Rangel de Oliveira J wrote:
> --- Kirk Haines <khaines / enigo.com> wrote:
>
>> No.  Rails isn't the "the" Ruby option for web
>> development.  It is _a_ Ruby
>> option for web development.  It's success has come
>> about largely because of
>> DHH's hard work, time, and marketting perseverance
>> on a capable product.
>> It's not the only choice, though, or even
>> necessarily the best, depending on
>> one's needs.
>
> Well, you got the idea. :-) I was talking about all
> the hype about Rails. We have a well-know and good
> product to talk about at least on a first moment. So
> people can say "oh, I heard about it".
>
> Later, when we started the talk with a common know
> product, we can talk about the other ones.
>
>> There are a couple pages on the rubygarden.org wiki
>> about this.  The most
>> complete one that I know of is
>> http://rubygarden.org/ruby?ComparingGuiToolkits

Is it possible to add a table with feature vs. UI toolkit so people can
quickly check them against each other?

    robert