Linked by Kaj-de-Vos on Fri 10th Dec 2010 18:53 UTC
Syllable, AtheOS The CMS that builds the Syllable websites was used on Syllable Server so far, but has now been ported to Syllable Desktop. This was done by porting it to REBOL 3. This screenshot shows Desktop building its own website in static batch mode and synchronising it with Amazon S3. This screenshot shows the Webster browser previewing the built site as local files. Building the websites on Syllable Server is around 35% faster with REBOL 3 than with REBOL 2. A few longstanding problems in the Russian website and Syllable documentation were fixed because REBOL 3 now understands Unicode.
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RE[3]: Not to be a troll
by StephenBeDoper on Tue 14th Dec 2010 01:00 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Not to be a troll"
StephenBeDoper
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2005-07-06

"Is there a reason to think that was (or ought to have been) the primary goal?


"The CMS that builds the Syllable websites was used on Syllable Server so far, but has now been ported to Syllable Desktop."

I would say that it is inferred from that statement.
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That statement tells us precisely 2 things: that the Syllable CMS used to run only on the Syllable Server OS, and that it now runs on the Syllable Desktop OS. I suppose you could reasonably infer from the statement that someone thought there was a benefit to porting the CMS - but it's a stretch to conclude that it was done for some loftier goal of advancing the platform as a whole.

I do realize that that's a fairly minor distinction, but I'm stressing it because (at least to my eyes) the grandfather post looks a criticism of this effort on the grounds that it *doesn't* advance the platform as a whole - which I think is silly. An action can still be beneficial, even it's not done specifically/solely for "the common good".

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