Why No QtRuby list under Misc?

I was just wondering if anyone knew why several GUI dev tools (FX, wx-,
Gnome 2) have sublists on this mailing list rather than others (Shoes,
QtRuby, et cetera)

Could we request a separate section just for GUI development? Just a
thought, not meant to start a flame war…

mfb

Matthew B. wrote:

I was just wondering if anyone knew why several GUI dev tools (FX, wx-,
Gnome 2) have sublists on this mailing list rather than others (Shoes,
QtRuby, et cetera)

What do you mean by “sublists”?

Could we request a separate section just for GUI development? Just a
thought, not meant to start a flame war…

Are you aware that you are posting to a Usenet group and a mailing list?

Ruby-forums.com is merely a gateway to existing resources, so asking for
a “section” makes little sense to many people.

More to the point, people with Ruby projects have the choice of running
their own lists, and many do. I have no idea how things get selected
for inclusion on ruby-forum.com, but if you do a bit of Googling I think
you’ll find many of the mailing lists you think are missing.


James B.

www.jamesbritt.com - Playing with Better Toys
www.ruby-doc.org - Ruby Help & Documentation
www.rubystuff.com - The Ruby Store for Ruby Stuff
www.neurogami.com - Smart application development

James B. wrote:

Matthew B. wrote:

I was just wondering if anyone knew why several GUI dev tools (FX, wx-,
Gnome 2) have sublists on this mailing list rather than others (Shoes,
QtRuby, et cetera)

What do you mean by “sublists”?

The gateway I am using breaks the subjects down on the left side of the
screen I didn’t know there was a specific term for that, so I just
called them sublists…

Could we request a separate section just for GUI development? Just a
thought, not meant to start a flame war…

Are you aware that you are posting to a Usenet group and a mailing list?

Ruby-forums.com is merely a gateway to existing resources, so asking for
a “section” makes little sense to many people.

More to the point, people with Ruby projects have the choice of running
their own lists, and many do. I have no idea how things get selected
for inclusion on ruby-forum.com, but if you do a bit of Googling I think
you’ll find many of the mailing lists you think are missing.

Now I am aware that this site is a gateway to a Usenet group, I
understand where to direct my question. sigh Gone I guess are the days
of yore when one used text only interfaces over a VM/CMS account to
access the Usenet groups…thanks for the pointer…


James B.

www.jamesbritt.com - Playing with Better Toys
www.ruby-doc.org - Ruby Help & Documentation
www.rubystuff.com - The Ruby Store for Ruby Stuff
www.neurogami.com - Smart application development

This forum is not affiliated to the Ruby language, Ruby on Rails framework, nor any Ruby applications discussed here.

| Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Remote Ruby Jobs