After doing a little more research on FOSS Virtual Directories following my previous post on the topic I would feel guilty if I didn't make one addition and one correction. I've also wanted to write about the ascension and probable descension of scripting languages for a long time now, so this is my chance.
Penrose isn't as defunct as I thought it was. Having a closer look, it's suffered from changing hands a lot. Red Hat got it with a company they purchased, Identyx, and the codebase and project material has shifted from being hosted on safehaus.org to github to fedorahosted.org (with mirrors of certain parts on redhat.com and sourceforce). Even though there haven't been updates to the codebase in a longtime, the wiki is still updated and the google group is still active. Red Hat still mentions it in some promotional material.
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