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Making Rake create a gem as the default task Rufus

Yet another reason to like Open Source One thing I can say that I really enjoy about working with an Open Source project rather than commercial software is I can feel free to blog as many details as I want about getting something done in the hopes it helps me remember what I’ve done and […]

A far too brief history on Workflow engines

John posted some of his thoughts on an article titled A brief history of workflow. John Writes: Maybe workflow history lies more into the “here is my recipe to sharpen sticks” or “here is my recipe to start a fire” (process/activity) and “hey, you, why don’t you sharpen sticks while we hunt, so that it’ll […]

Helping openwferu follow the Ruby way

Hello (openwfe) World John Mettraux who is the project lead for OpenWFE has given me commit rights to his Ruby port of OpenWFE. I have to say I’m flattered by the trust in receiving commit rights considering: I have no experience with workflow systems I’m not exactly a Ruby expert First thing I did was […]