Kisha – RESTful workflow on Rails

February 5, 2009
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restful workflow engine

Like Aloof, John Mettreaux is definitely in the “people who sit down and get things done” camp, and he works tirelessly on Rufus, the Ruby port of OpenWFE. Three days ago he unleashed Kisha on the world, and I, for one, am grateful for it. Kisha is John’s ongoing experiment with using RESTful techniques to provide the interface to the underlying Rufus engine. This is deeply cool stuff, and at the very top of my to do list for a deep dive, as soon as I get the time for it.


restful workflow engine

Like Aloof, John Mettreaux is definitely in the “people who sit down and get things done” camp, and he works tirelessly on Rufus, the Ruby port of OpenWFE. Three days ago he unleashed Kisha on the world, and I, for one, am grateful for it. Kisha is John’s ongoing experiment with using RESTful techniques to provide the interface to the underlying Rufus engine. This is deeply cool stuff, and at the very top of my to do list for a deep dive, as soon as I get the time for it.

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