[ANN] Creation of a ruby-talk FAQ page (again)

I am pleased to announce the creation of a small wiki page designed to
try and serve as a FAQ for ruby-talk.

Please feel free to add to it and use it.

Thanks!
-r

On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 10:20 PM, Roger P. [email protected]
wrote:

I am pleased to announce the creation of a small wiki page designed to
try and serve as a FAQ for ruby-talk.

http://wiki.github.com/rdp/ruby_talk_faq

Please feel free to add to it and use it.

Nice work!

martin

Roger P. wrote:

http://wiki.github.com/rdp/ruby_talk_faq

Isn’t filing a feature request on the Ruby Issue Tracker
http://redmine.ruby-lang.org the newest way to submit an RCR?

On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 11:50 AM, Roger P.
[email protected]wrote:

I am pleased to announce the creation of a small wiki page designed to
try and serve as a FAQ for ruby-talk.

http://wiki.github.com/rdp/ruby_talk_faq

Please feel free to add to it and use it.

Thanks for your efforts, Roger…

This is a little embarrassing to me, as it points up how I
have not done my job (and how I have become disconnected
from the Ruby community).

The original FAQ was created by Conrad Schneiker, who passed
it off to me in 2001 or so.

I used to have a process that would post it monthly. But my cron file
kept getting deleted, and the whole process did not survive server
crashes and webhost changes and so on.

The original can still be found here:
http://rubyhacker.com/clrFAQ.html

But at a glance, I have not updated it in more than four years.

I’m a fan of “history” – Let’s either combine these or cross-reference
them, so the historical information is not lost.

Thanks,
Hal F.

The original can still be found here:
http://rubyhacker.com/clrFAQ.html

But at a glance, I have not updated it in more than four years.

I’m a fan of “history” – Let’s either combine these or cross-reference
them, so the historical information is not lost.

Sounds like a great idea. I will create a link to it now :slight_smile:

Thanks!
-r

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