[Pharo-users] Pharo family update

Adam adam at 234.cz
Mon Oct 26 19:54:40 EDT 2015


Dne Po 26. října 2015 17:26:55, Esteban A. Maringolo napsal(a):
> Magritte could be categorized as meta-modelling.

OK.

> 
> PostgreSQL, Magma, MongoDB, etc should be Databases.
> Persistency should include Voyage, GLORP, SandstoneDB, etc.

Sounds good. Still I em wondering about "Server" circle (like I wrote in my 
other email). Maybe it will be better to merge it with one of siblings.

Adam.

> Esteban A. Maringolo
> 
> 2015-10-26 17:19 GMT-03:00 stepharo <stepharo at free.fr>:
> > You can safely remove Marina.
> > It is unmaintained, undocumented and not finished.
> > 
> > I did not see Fuel. Could be close to STON
> > Would be nice to have parsers
> > 
> >     Smacc
> >     OMeta
> >     PetitParser
> > 
> > Le 25/10/15 20:23, Adam a écrit :
> >> Hello,
> >> 
> >> next update. I tried to follow all sugestions - but not all is
> >> implemented
> >> into drawings (maybe because I did not quite understand, or I did not
> >> found
> >> enough information, or something like that).
> >> 
> >> Pharo is mostly development platform, and image shows mostly libraries
> >> and
> >> frameworks for development, but "Development" circle in the image is more
> >> about tools primarly targeted to support process of development. So, if
> >> Gofer
> >> and Metacello is not used for this purpose (maybe it is, I'm not sure),
> >> it
> >> should be in "Working" circle.
> >> 
> >> "Working" circle is mostly about tools and applications for "normal"
> >> people.
> >> Maybe it should be named like: "Desktop"...
> >> 
> >> "Server" circle is meant to show that Pharo itself can offer services to
> >> other
> >> parties.
> >> 
> >> Development/Working/Server are some kinde of trinity around it everyhing
> >> else
> >> is rotating. But Pharo is more about Development so other circles are
> >> main
> >> groups of libraries and frameworks.
> >> 
> >> Adam
> >> 
> >> Dne Pá 23. října 2015 23:58:48, Adam napsal(a):
> >>> Hello,
> >>> 
> >>> I just updated drawing of projects around Pharo.
> >>> 
> >>> Main idea is to guide people (new users of Pharo) through fields of
> >>> interests - something they might be looking for. I choose these 10
> >>> fields
> >>> devided into some specific subjects. Somewhere it is too detailed, while
> >>> elsewhere it is too fuzzy - it is just showing image of Pharo I have in
> >>> my
> >>> mind.
> >>> 
> >>> It should help people to:
> >>> - identify important classes in Pharo,
> >>> - select right project,
> >>> - understand what is application, tool or framework,
> >>> - see what is allready inside main Pharo image.
> >>> 
> >>> I would like to add links pointing to part of books or to videos where
> >>> specific projects are used. And maybe a star symbol for very important
> >>> or
> >>> enterprise ready projects.
> >>> 
> >>> As You can see I left few subjects empty. Maybe someone can help me fill
> >>> this. But I will be happy for any type of correction - changing fields
> >>> of
> >>> interest, subjects, adding/removing projects etc...
> >>> 
> >>> I prepared textual version on github - but right now it is not coherent
> >>> with
> >>> the drawing (I will correct this if needed).
> >>> 
> >>> Adam.





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