2005-09-19

The CherryPy Orchard

CherryPy Release Candidate 1 is now available here. Yay!

Earlier today I was watching Kevin Dangoor's very well done screencast on TurboGears and I noticed something that gave me a happy. You see, TurboGears is built on top of CherryPy, and during the presentation I saw one of the minor changes I had made to CherryPy flash on the screen. Even though it's such a tiny thing, I got really chuffed about it.

That's when I realized how wonderful it has been to be a part of a team of talented open source developers like those that help put together CherryPy. I've been using open source for a long time but I've never really enjoyed it as much as I do right now. It's very, very sweet.

Take care.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very true..
it was a plesure to see Turbogears at work!
I've been looking for a good python web framework.. mmm.. looks like we got one at last.. and with Ajax!! Great work people!!

Kevin Dangoor said...

CherryPy is a great pleasure to work with and has lots of nice little touches like the one you point to!

You all on the CP team have done most excellent work!