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An interesting approach to web serving is provided by Seaside - see [link] It's not for everyone but for those interested in thinkingof websites as object systems it's very effective. It runs on platforms likely to be of interest (RISC OS, Macs, PCs, *nix even OS/2) and it's free with an active developer community. You can develop on your trusty RISC OS machine and deploy on a *nix server by copying two files. (well, plus any pictures etc)

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