'Rite'

So has the name ‘Rite’ for Ruby 2.0 officially gone the way of the
Dodo bird?

I’m curious to know b/c I have a little web generation tool that I
think the name ‘rite’ would suite (b/c of the alliteration to
‘write’). But I’m not sure if I should b/c of the whole Ruby 2.0
thing.

Thanks,
T.

be wary, the Dodo comes!

I think that ‘rite’ is a name for technologies that are not yet ready,
but still developing.
I thought the dodo arrives with 2.0, which would be about Dec at the
earliest, or its ready when it is ready.
I could be very wrong, and am not an expert in naming.

Gerald

Hi,

In message “Re: ‘Rite’”
on Mon, 20 Aug 2007 05:01:49 +0900, Trans [email protected]
writes:

|So has the name ‘Rite’ for Ruby 2.0 officially gone the way of the
|Dodo bird?

Rite is a code name for my next implementation. Since YARV came in,
the development of Rite itself is suspended.

|I’m curious to know b/c I have a little web generation tool that I
|think the name ‘rite’ would suite (b/c of the alliteration to
|‘write’). But I’m not sure if I should b/c of the whole Ruby 2.0
|thing.

I have no trademark registration or such, so I don’t think I can claim
anything on the word Rite. But I am afraid it might cause confusion
in the Ruby world to use that word for a project.

          matz.

On 8/20/07, Trans [email protected] wrote:

So has the name ‘Rite’ for Ruby 2.0 officially gone the way of the
Dodo bird?

I’m curious to know b/c I have a little web generation tool that I
think the name ‘rite’ would suite (b/c of the alliteration to
‘write’). But I’m not sure if I should b/c of the whole Ruby 2.0
thing.

There’s always webrite

martin

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