David Buck has an announcement for the next Ottawa Smalltalk Users Group meeting where James Foster will be talking about GLASS. From David’s post:

While the Seaside framework elegantly addresses HTML generation and application flow-of-control issues, it still leaves challenges for the developer–including persistence, multi-user coordination, and scaling. With typical solutions (including object-relational mapping, external files, and multiple images) the “pure objects” experience of Smalltalk is compromised. In this presentation we will demonstrate GLASS (GemStone, Linux, Apache, Seaside, and Smalltalk), a stack (analogous to LAMP) that provides a robust environment for deploying sophisticated, dynamic web applications that can scale.

If you’re in the area, you should plan on heading over to the meeting.

Updated: [in a comment, Charles reminded me that James is hitting a trio of Smalltalk User Groups in Feburary, thanks Charles]: