|Subject:||Re: webapp architecture|
|Date:||Thu, 22 May 2008 16:33:50 +0100|
Dion, you are really missing the point, take a look on the DB physicalOn Wed, May 21, 2008 at 11:44 PM, Davi Leal <address@hidden> wrote:
> Dion Rasmussen wrote:
>> Why all that fuss, when you can simply configure apache to wrap each
>> job-file in a job-file-template before serving it?
> Because there a lot of business logic in the webapp, user interaction, etc.,
> etc. It is not just convert a job-file to HTML. The functionality is a lot
> more complex.
> You could read again the below email thread , or even better, take a look
> at the webapp source code.
>  http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/gnuherds-app-dev/2008-05/msg00012.html
model, and the source code...
What you are saying is not technologically wrong, at all, and
everybody here understand your point of view.
For sure there is a lot of work to do and few developers (just one,
plus some help from time to time), the webapp is still not perfect,
but the business logic is well designed.
Using just files as data store, in our case, it's for sure not a good
idea and surely not the way that we want to follow, we will maybe use
files in the future but just to export from DB to rdf, or xml or
Gnuherds it's not a blog neither a wiki, but an application with a
really complex business logic.
If you want to help we have several opened task at
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