[p2pu-webcraft] Is Cold Fusion Relevant for School of Webcraft?
Pippa.Buchanan at gmail.com
Sun May 29 13:16:07 UTC 2011
This is a great discussion everyone. Thanks for weighing in with your views!
There's two excellent threads going on here
- the openness of the Cold Fusion technology (not open enough for SOW)
- and what are relevant technology skills we should be encouraging within
School of Webcraft.
The Cold Fusion course (and all other topics that School of Webcraft can't
support eg. Flash groups) will still run within P2PU - because that's where
anyone can learn about anything they want.
Besides School of Webcraft filtering out the unsuitable topics we should
also be acting to encourage the good, open alternatives - it's great to hear
that PHP, Django and RoR (all of which have run within SoW) are the
technologies you believe we should continue to support.
BTW - it's been really quiet on the list - please remember that everyone
(not just me) is able to start up a conversation :-) I'd love to hear your
voices more frequently!
On 29 May 2011 13:27, <oz.sutcliffe at gmail.com> wrote:
> Maybe p2pu has a responsibility to act as a filter per se.
> It would be the same as me doing a Netware 4.0 course, relevant from a
> historical perspective.
> Not relevant in the real world.
> We must accept that in an evolutionary environment the weak and frail will
> not survive.
> One learns from history by analysis and observation, not by repeating
> I understand in evolution we create the odd 5 legged frog. This is an
> anomaly. Once discovered we should not repeat the same process to create yet
> another 5 legged frog.
> In the end evolution will ensure the 5 legged frog will lose a leg or
> become extinct.
> Cold Fusion got the email but no-one read it.
> Extinction is eminent.
> Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
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