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From Daniel Rall <...@finemaltcoding.com>
Subject Re: Defending Turbine in a proposal
Date Thu, 11 Oct 2001 17:10:34 GMT
Lothar Krause <loti@SDSC.EDU> writes:

>>Turbine Rulez. Why IMHO ?
>>1. The Pull Service provides the most flexible yet simplistic approach to
>>web development using the MVC model I have ever used/seen/evaluated.
>>2. Velocity. Nothing else needs to be said here :-)
>>3. The great support of the Turbine/Velocity community !! (I'm not being
>>sarcastic, I learn't Turbine just by being on this mailing list).
>>4. YOU HAVE ACCESS TO THE SOURCE CODE !!! (This should win it)
>>5. The array of tools is very complete, OR Tools (Torque), Caching, Pooling,
>>Security (Flux), Forms Validation (Intake), Logging ... and the list goes
>>6. It's a pleasure using it.
>>7. It's Free
>>p.s Thanks to all the ppl involved with Turbine. I love this product. :-)
> I got defeated by the argument that according to the TODO list on the
> website Turbine is in a development stage that is unuseable for
> production :-(

Any such TODO is out of date, or only applies to the development
branch (3.x).  There has been a stable release of the Turbine 2.x
series, and its CVS HEAD is even more stable than the stable release.

Please point me to the URL or file which makes such a statement.

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