Our second paper has been accepted to the MODELS conference, which is the conference on software models. It's about WebWorkFlow, a workflow extension of WebDSL. At the end of September I will go to Toulouse, France to present it. The full title of the paper is: WebWorkFlow: An Object-Oriented Workﬂow Modeling Language for Web Applications (click to download the PDF).
Currently I'm working on a Google AppEngine backend for WebDSL so that you can run WebDSL programs on Google AppEngine (WebDSL is translated to Python). More on that later.