Rodeo: 1st naive question.

Jerry Daniels jerry.daniels at me.com
Mon Jul 26 08:55:44 EDT 2010


Peter,

Rodeo users do their development on our site in concert with our revServer CGIs. They are used to translate the Rodeo definitions into HTML5/CSS3/Javascript and to lock/unlock definitions so users can work together on a project without trampling on each others definitions.

Shortly, users will ALSO be able to deploy their creations to any server that has PHP. At that point there is no definition translation and therefore no need to have revServer involved.

Development and deployment are not mutually exclusive, therefore your understanding is askew.

Best,

Jerry Daniels

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On Jul 26, 2010, at 7:26 AM, Peter Alcibiades wrote:

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> 
> Ian Wood-3 wrote:
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>> On 26 Jul 2010, at 10:22, Richmond wrote:
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>>> Ahah; what I don't understand is why RunRev don't seem to have a problem
>>> about something that could be seen as a direct competitor advertising on
>>> their use-list:
>> 
>> Probably because it's powered by On-Rev/revServer under the hood... ;-)
>> 
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> If I understand this correctly, its only in the short term.  Longer term it
> runs locally or on any web server.
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