Re: Noob looking for a place to start

Welcome to the group! To really answer you question I’d need to know
what you’re interested in. However, in the general sense there is plenty
to be done.

Options for you:

  1. Hop in and help me with testing. I could use work writing .NET
    interop tests, porting old tests to RubySpec or even writing tests
    RubySpec hasn’t written yet.
  2. Pick a library, either Standard, Gem, or even incomplete builtin and
    help get it running.
  3. Help write sample apps. We could use examples of using a Ruby lib
    like RSpec to test a .NET app, or a mixed app in .NET and Ruby, or
    anything else you’d like.
  4. Write some documentation on the wiki. Some of our stuff is out of
    date. Some stuff just isn’t there.

So whatever you’d like to do, let us know and we’ll point you in the
right direction.

JD

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