Roxer Goes Live!
So once upon a time, back when I had a "real" job, I used to do security (specifically webappsec) for a living. One of the shining lights in that world for a long time has been Jeremiah Grossman, and as I moved out to the Bay Area, I was lucky enough to meet him in person. We've kept up here and there, and while his company has grown at a furious rate, he's somehow found time to continue to publish important original research, travel more than any human really should, and generally kick ass....oh...and build an awesome Dojo-based product on the side.
Jeremiah and Lex must really not sleep, 'cause their new Roxer app makes me all giddy to play with. Yes, yes, you should separate style from content...oh fuck it all. When it's this easy and fun to build a web page, who cares? I loathe wikis, mostly because traditional wikis try to be "half-pregnant" about how what you write gets displayed. Roxer solves that essential failure in one easy step, and makes it enjoyable to boot.
Think of it as the anti-blogging tool. It's not set up with expectations that you'll be doing this or that with it, it's there for you to do stuff. I literally cannot wait until it's hooked up with some dojox.data love to access web services and the like. It's not a programming platform, and maybe that's what's great about it. Can't wait to see how it evolves and how they'll open up the (apparently pluggable?) content type system.
Great work guys!