[p2pu-webcraft] Is Cold Fusion Relevant for School of Webcraft?

Dennis Riedel riedel.dennis at gmail.com
Sun May 29 13:22:42 UTC 2011

Indeed this is not meant to be a "my language is better than yours" thread.
Presenting a language to an interested audience has its value for sure and
showing non-comercial alternatives is a good thing to do.

On Sun, May 29, 2011 at 3:16 PM, Pippa Buchanan <Pippa.Buchanan at gmail.com>wrote:

> 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!
> P*
> 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
>> history.
>> 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.
>> Oz
>> Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
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