Agenda: ActiveScaffold, Arti, Lightning Talks, and Hack Session
Venue: Odeo (around the corner from CitizenSpace)
Richard White will talk about ActiveScaffold .
Rich Morin will be giving a short talk on Arti, his documentation tool. He'll be helping folks at the Hack Session set Arti up to target their own apps. 
Then we'll do a round of lightning talks. (If you have a lightning talk topic, email me so I can post it here.)
And finish the evening with a Hack Session.
We'll start at 6:15 to make parking easier and try out Monday night because it may be the empty night of the week for people.
2007/04/05: the venue changed today from CitizenSpace to Odeo (very close by). My bad and a thousand apologies to Ivan Storck for screwing up the schedule.
-------- Talk Details --------
 The ActiveScaffold (activescaffold.com) plugin jump starts your backend development by providing dynamically created, production ready, AJAXified CRUD interfaces with just a single line of code. Obviously there's a lot more under the hood and in this talk we'll go over basic setup and configuration and also touch on how you can override and extend the base functionality.
 Arti (http://arti-ar.cfcl.c...) is a Rails-centric documentation toolkit. That is, it gathers information from Rails apps, then uses Rails to present the results. Arti-0.1.2, the
first general release of the application, includes:
* arti_ar - a copy of Arti, targeted at itself
* mephisto_ar - a copy of Arti, targeted at Mephisto (http://mephistoblog.c...)
* hangman - the Cheating Hangman game, includinga "merged" copy of Arti
To pick up the release, visit
and grab arti-0.1.2.tgz (wordlists-0.1.0.tgz is only needed to build the reference database for the Cheating Hangman)
For installation instructions, visit