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Re: [PhillyOnRails] jruby question
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On May 24, 2007, at 5:37 PM, Aaron Blohowiak wrote:
Thanks all, that's kind of what I expected to hear. Hopefully
XRuby will pick up that slack. I'm just wondering what
ThoughtWorks is doing about that with Mingle. Maybe they don't care.
Why treat your customers like criminals?
I've seen this discussion come across Ruby-talk at least 3 times (hit
the google group for 'obfuscate' and it should come up). As best I
can tell, the community doesn't share this need to obfuscate code. I
think the solution most of them recommended was appropriate licensing
(or hosted solutions).
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