[REBOL] Re: Rugby RIP
From: carl:cybercraft at: 18-Jan-2002 12:24
Just assumptions? Or do you know for sure that train of events are
I can't see IOS being threatened by Rugby, but it's possible IOS does
Rugby better than Rugby. (Plus lots of other stuff of course.) And
anyway, with regards to Rugby, "You may use it (including
republishing) as the BSD license indicates if you stil have it."
We've just lost its original developer here - not Rugby itself.
On 18-Jan-02, Jason Cunliffe wrote:
>> what happend?
> Interview: Carl Sassenrath on REBOL. OSNews.com "..If you need
> object brokering such as Corba, you can use a broker such as Rugby.
> Rugby is advanced, robust, fast, and it is written in only 1500
> lines of REBOL."
> Press Release: REBOL and Morpheus join forces to create the largest
> programmable content network.
> StreamCast, makers of Morpheus and next generation peer-to-peer
> content distribution networks, will base Morpheus 2.0 on REBOL's X
> Internet operating system (IOS) technology to provide interactive
> programmable content to more than 30 million users by the end of the
> year ....
> Tiny applications, called "reblets", are only about the size of a
> single web page. They can be quickly created and run across dozens
> of operating systems. For security, IOS is one of the first systems
> to offer the new Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). ....
> "We're going to see a whole new world of network applications," says
> Darrell Smith, StreamCast CTO. "Applications will be morphing -
> expanding and improving - in real time over the network. You will be
> able to locate and use a variety of innovative applications and
> services for business, home, education, and entertainment. The
> agility of this system will enable it to quickly outrun .Net."
> NY Times article: TECHNOLOGY
> Black Hawk Download: Pirated Videos Thrive Online
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> Subject: [REBOL] Rugby RIP
> Rugby is officially dead, the web sites have been removed. You may
> use it (including republishing) as the BSD license indicates if you
> stil have it...