Okay the view source thing is cool, but what I really want is the thing downloaded in a tarbell, including db dump, where I can play with it and see if I like it.
For instance, my first question is, where are the html templates? I guess they're in there somewhere, but how close to html do they look like? Close enough that I can load them in dreamweaver?
If you just tarballed the whole thing you might get more people playing with it, that's what MS does with ASP.net.
But from viewing the source I agree it's clean, it's nice, it looks promising.
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