Enso lives on

Days after I lamented about Enso’s death, Atul posted a progress report, providing an overview of what’s been going on since open-sourcing Enso. I did suspect (and hope) that Enso was was, in fact, not dead – I poked around the code repostitory and browsed the developer’s forums and saw some healthy activity. I was glad to finally hear some direction for where the project is going. Enso is very much alive:)

While looking through the discussions, I came across a nifty Enso interface demo by Andreas Schuderer implemented in JavaScript. It’s a great example of “Show, Don’t Tell”.


2 thoughts on “Enso lives on

  1. carlo says:

    Take a look to this web-2.0-thing inspired by Enso, called PodiPodi:

    It’s a web gadget that web designers can add to their website and give their users a fast way to interact with the site and web services (google, yahoo, youtube…)

    It’s still a developing project but looks interesting.

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