What has happened to rubygarden.org?

Is the rubygarden.org site still in operation? The URL is taking me to a
domain park.

– Bill Rutiser

On Jan 12, 2008 7:13 PM, William R. wrote:

Is the rubygarden.org site still in operation? The URL is taking me to a
domain park.

I’m under the impression it had shutdown due to spam.

For anyone listening, I think Ruby could really use a general-purpose
wiki to handle FAQs, compare Ruby programs like servers and databases,
and point to good books and blogs.

Daniel Brumbaugh K.

Helo –

On 13/01/2008, Daniel Brumbaugh K. [email protected] wrote:

On Jan 12, 2008 7:13 PM, William R. wrote:

Is the rubygarden.org site still in operation? The URL is taking me to a
domain park.

I’m under the impression it had shutdown due to spam.

For anyone listening, I think Ruby could really use a general-purpose
wiki to handle FAQs, compare Ruby programs like servers and databases,
and point to good books and blogs.

So, that’d be… oh, I don’t know… rubygarden?

Seriously, I would be a little annoyed if it has just disappeared,
there was some good content on there.

– Thomas A.

On Jan 12, 2008 6:13 PM, William R. [email protected] wrote:

Is the rubygarden.org site still in operation? The URL is taking me to a
domain park.

– Bill Rutiser

My fault. I let it expire because the registrar had an old email
address
for my contact info. Should be back soon.

Chad

So, that’d be… oh, I don’t know… rubygarden?

I believe an emphasis is rather in “providing all that is rather
important on one site”. With “one site” i refer to the official rube
hompage, and I also personally wouldn’t mind if the official ruby
webpage became more “feature rich”. That being said, I never used or
visited rubygarden much, and I cant recall being there in the last ~3
years.

On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 1:56 PM, Dayne Mr. [email protected] wrote:

all my starting references and things I’d point people to for learning
ruby are being vaporized.

Even a read-only version would be nice (spam sucks).

That I can help you with:
http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://rubygarden.org

If it has been officially retired, then some cleanup ought to be done to
remove references from the ruby-lang website and some other prominent
rubyist websites.

I can’t help you there. I am pretty sure try ruby is already free of
references to ruby garden.

-dayne

Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Andrew McElroy
TryRuby.org

Andrew Mcelroy wrote:

On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 1:56 PM, Dayne Mr. [email protected] wrote:

all my starting references and things I’d point people to for learning
ruby are being vaporized.

Even a read-only version would be nice (spam sucks).

That I can help you with:
http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://rubygarden.org

Brilliant! I didn’t even think of that. Thanks.

I can’t help you there. I am pretty sure try ruby is already free of
references to ruby garden.

Andrew McElroy
TryRuby.org

Thanks for taking keeping TryRuby alive. TryRuby is an invaluable
service for quickly redirecting people interested in checking Ruby out.

-dayne

Chad F. wrote:

On Jan 12, 2008 6:13 PM, William R. [email protected] wrote:

Is the rubygarden.org site still in operation? The URL is taking me to a
domain park.

– Bill Rutiser

My fault. I let it expire because the registrar had an old email
address
for my contact info. Should be back soon.

Chad

Rubygarden.org appears to be gone again. Is this a permanent gone or
just another lapse?

Between losing _why’s wonderful documentation and the rubygarden wiki,
all my starting references and things I’d point people to for learning
ruby are being vaporized.

Even a read-only version would be nice (spam sucks).

If it has been officially retired, then some cleanup ought to be done to
remove references from the ruby-lang website and some other prominent
rubyist websites.

-dayne

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