[RTM-users] First Post! (and rtm-0.1.1 released)
tsigeredasfw at gmail.com
Tue Apr 8 16:53:33 EDT 2008
Thank you for the kick off mail. After spending a little bit of time with
ruby ( especially attending the tutorial by Benjamin) and having some
knowledge about the TM paradigm, I thought it is worth doing something
useful with it. Me and one other colleague form Ethiopia are thinking to
develop an ontology for some part of Ethiopian human rights law ( or some
other chapter) and develop a topic map. And may be implement it with RTM.
Though I am a little bit busy with school right now, I still like to spend
some of my time for it. I would like to have opinions about it from the
members of this mailing list and share if there is any experience existing
about usage of RTM for such a purpose.
On Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 6:33 PM, Benjamin Bock <bb--rtm-users-ml at bockb.de>
> Ladies and Gentlemen,
> After a long time of waiting, today, you receive the first message on
> the RTM users mailing list.
> What happened to make me post something?
> * RTM is available from the official gem repository since today.
> Install it using: gem install rtm
> * The homepage http://rtm.rubyforge.org/ received a minor
> documentation update (better than nothing, he?)
> * RTM runs on JRuby (to be honest: it did all the time, but I never
> announced it. Now, as JRuby 1.1 final is out, I thought it was a
> good time to do so.
> * The tutorials in Oslo and frequent emails how to do this and
> that showed, that there is the need for some place to exchange ideas,
> code and such...
> So: feel free to ask (and to answer)!
> Post ideas, example code, patches.
> And as long as this does not degenerate to an advertisement-list: feel
> free to post links to the projects you're creating with RTM!
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> Rtm-users at rubyforge.org
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