On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 10:23 PM, Jesse Jurman <e.j.jurman / gmail.com> wrote:
> I have been programming in Ruby for a while and have made several
> personal applications, so I'd like to say I'm not a complete novice when
> it comes to Ruby, and programming in general; however I have not gone as
> far as the complexities involved in Ruby on Rails (it's more or less the
> multiple class/files setup).
>
> I want to make a website with Ruby for a group I'm in, nothing
> complicated (no forums or accounts), and while this is suppose to be a
> simple read-only type website, whenever I look for making websites with
> Ruby, I'm always redirected to a Ruby on Rails page. Is this something
> that can be done with just Ruby, or would I be better off to learn Ruby
> on Rails?
>
> Any tutorials, tips, or links would be greatly appreciated.
>
> -JRJurman
>
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This one looks interesting:

http://ramaze.net/learn/getting-started