[ANN] Welcome Chad, Pat, Justin, and Myron!

I’m very pleased to announce the reformation of a core RSpec development
team:

Chad H., a.k.a. spicycode, has been involved with RSpec since the
1.0 release, which he helped to usher out the door at RailsConf 2007. He
subsequently authored Micronaut [1], a lightweight, RSpec compatible
spec runner, which later became the basis for the rspec-core gem.

Pat M. has been contributing patches and blogging about RSpec and
BDD since 2007 as well: most notably the =~ matcher for arrays and the
last bit of glue that turned plain text stories in Cucumber’s
predecessor, the RSpec Story Runner (which succeeded rbehave) into a
reality.

Justin Ko has been actively contributing patches and participating on
the mailing list since last spring, but is probably best known for his
creation of http://relishapp.com, which now hosts RSpec 2’s
documentation.

Myron M. is the author of VCR [2], and has been contributing to
RSpec since last summer. He has a keen sense of BDD, and his patches
continually impress me with their thoroughness, attention to detail, and
understanding of the wider Ruby ecosystem in which RSpec makes its home.

Please join me in welcoming Chad, Pat, Justin, and Myron to the RSpec
development team.

Cheers,
David

[1] http://github.com/spicycode/micronaut
[2] http://github.com/myronmarston/vcr

Congratulations, guys and Thank You!

On Mar 1, 2011, at 8:46 AM, David C. wrote:

Please join me in welcoming Chad, Pat, Justin, and Myron to the RSpec
development team.

Cheers,
David

[1] http://github.com/spicycode/micronaut
[2] http://github.com/myronmarston/vcr


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Luke M.
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BIG Welcome and thanks to the new RSpec squad! Keep up the outstanding
work!

Welcome everyone (and double welcome to Pat)! Thanks for your hard
work, guys!

Cheers,

Scott T.
smtlaissezfaire

Welcome, everyone! Thanks for helping to provide all of us with
high-quality, useful tools that help us do what we love.

Regards,
Craig

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