Wiki on GitHub

Hello,

who is responsible for the wiki on GitHub?

Some of the information os terribly misleading and out of date. How
would one go about fixing it?

//M

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I don’t think anybody in particular is responsible for it (the
IronPython stuff needs an overhaul as well…). I think anyone (with a
github account) can edit the wiki, so give it a try and see if that
works.

  • Jeff

What’s so misleading or “terribly” out of date? There may be some python
stuff missing, but I’m pretty sure everything is still valid.

~Jimmy

Hi Martin,

I’m currently working with Wayne from rvm to get IronRuby on RVM and
it’s

been a bit of a head scratcher. Hopefully we’ll get it working soon. I’ll
update the wiki with new mono build info.

If you need some extra help testing this, send me an email ; I’m using
RVM
on the Mac daily.

– Thibaut

I stand corrected. I was almost certain I couldn’t edit it. crawls back
into his corner

The information I’m referring to is mostly IronRuby on Mono stuff. It
refers to repositories that don’t exist and build processes that don’t
work.

I’m currently working with Wayne from rvm to get IronRuby on RVM and
it’s been a bit of a head scratcher. Hopefully we’ll get it working
soon. I’ll update the wiki with new mono build info.

Thanks for slapping me straight!

//M

On 1 jun 2011, at 22.50, Jimmy S. wrote:

works.

//M


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Awesome! I’ll post to the mailing list once we have something working.

Thanks!

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