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Diane Mueller, August 26, 2011
We received a number of cool sample apps in this month's Sample app contest - and many thanks for all your submissions and the feedback on Stackato! The Kindle prize goes to Ricardo Signes for Rubric - a personal bookmark manager, somewhat similar to delicious.com.
If you'd like to check it out, we've installed the Rubric application at: http://rubric.stackato.com/
I liked this as a sample application because it uses email for verification of new users and you can actually register and log in and add some entries if you feel like it! The app uses a local SQLite database, so it can run only a single instance right now.
You can find the source for Ricardo's winning submision on github:
You can also see Ricardo's long-running instance with more data in it here (and trivially different CSS):
You can also read his blog post on his experiences deploying Rubric on Stackato here: http://rjbs.manxome.org/rubric/entry/1909