OSDC 2006 - Paper Done

8 PM September 20, 2006

Ben and I just finished the first draft of our joint Rails vs Django paper for OSDC2006. We are feeling extremely diligent, having submitted it an entire hour before the midnight deadline.

It turns out that, in many respects, Rails and Django are equivalent. Some things Rails does better, and some things Django does better, but overall, its hard to make the general assertion, “Django is better than Rails” or vice versa. As a result, our paper is fairly balanced, and unlikely to spark much controversy. For the presentation in December, though, expect something a little more dramatic.

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At 00:38, 21 Sep 2006 Richard Jones wrote:

Thanks for getting the paper in :) I'm really looking forward to your presentation!


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