Ramaze is beautiful

Avdi Grimm discusses the subject of beautiful code in his latest blog post, and he uses the Ramaze source code as an example. He’s right; Ramaze is an excellent example of clean, well-organized source code, which is one of the reasons it’s become my web framework of choice.

One side effect of having such a clean codebase is that it lowers the barrier of entry that might otherwise prevent people from contributing patches. As a result, despite the fact that Ramaze is young and still fairly unknown as open source projects go, it has many active contributors and is maturing rapidly.