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Can you just quickly clarify, Is this a content management system like
Drupal/Typo3 etc. or is this something like kepler: (""Lua on Rails"")?

2011/8/14 Fernando Paredes García <>:
> Hello list,
> I'm proud to announce the first project powered by Nutria Seawolf, it is
> called: "Ophal".
> Feedback welcome at:
> Below is a copy of the announcement:
> I were very frustrated with PHP in my very beginnings doing web development
> (8 years to date). But 2 years ago discovered my favorite programming
> language: Lua, and then decided to start the Nutria project. For more than a
> year I have tried several ways to "port" my web knowledge to Lua, and
> finally two months ago decided to do use my new Lua skills for real world
> web development.
> And the result is: "Ophal... a highly scalable web platform, easy to
> maintain and extend. It is not married with a particular technology, just
> the essence will be kept on any major change needed to achieve its mission".
> Let me remark that Ophal has many influences, but the highest comes from
> Drupal, more will be elaborated about it in the future. Also, I'm giving a
> lot of credit to Lua, but LuaJIT is the actual compiler used behind scenes.
> So ¿where is this going? My hope is to see Ophal growing and flourishing,
> Lua is so small, flexible and powerful - at the same time - that brings a
> world of opportunities: "Lua users typically fall into three broad groups:
> those that use Lua already embedded in an application program, those that
> use Lua stand alone, and those that use Lua and C together." (Programming in
> Lua 1st edition by Roberto Ierusalimschy). Ophal would be an amazing project
> to bring together a diverse community.
> Many thoughts come to my mind, but let the time show how this project goes.
> I would like to see your thoughts, please let me know if you want to
> contribute, this will go anywhere without a community, join to this
> pioneering phase of the project.
> Blessings!
> --
> Fernando Paredes García,
> +51 1 9 8991 7871, Calle Santa Catalina Ancha #377, Cusco - Perú
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