Ruby-on-Rails is not a PHP killer

My suspicions about RoR appear to be vindicated; at least by one person anyway.

I've tried to read some examples and howtos about Ruby and Ruby-on-Rails. The language seems very elegant, but I always heard that it's slow and suspected that it's ability to do lots of different things was limited. I've picked up some python recently and found that using objects for everything (mostly) works out very well. In PHP 5, OOP is very well supported (with some caveats) and if you have a firm grasp on OOP, PHP can even begin to look like Ruby (see: fluent interface).