[rspec-users] Cucumber Feature Scenario critique

James Byrne lists at ruby-forum.com
Mon Feb 23 19:04:38 EST 2009

Stephen Eley wrote:

> I'm the technology director for a non-profit academic society.  My
> organization has 15 employees.  I'm the one who knows anything at all
> about computers.  When I came on, I delegated *to myself* the
> responsibility of getting rid of our current excremental Web site,
> which is built on a lot of bad Microsoft ASP code and over 20 Access
> databases (I kid you not), and replacing it with something I could
> tolerate.  To me that means Rails or Merb.  I also decided that the
> features we offer should be totally reexamined, and we should make a
> site useful enough that our members come back frequently to support
> their academic work.  And I decided that if we're going to do this, we
> should do it *right.*  We should release it as open source and make it
> good enough that other societies can use it.

I occurs to me that you might find a look at Redmine 
(http://www.redmine.org) worthwhile.  If not to use then at least for 
implementation ideas and code examples (it is written in Rails).

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