Forum: Ruby One week left for June Ruby Project Spotlight submissions

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31e038e4e9330f6c75ccfd1fca8010ee?d=identicon&s=25 Gregory Brown (Guest)
on 2007-06-26 04:24
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I announced a while ago that I'll be running a series on the O'Reilly
blog called "Ruby Project Spotlight" which will feature one cool
up-and-coming or fast moving Ruby project a month.  The details are in
the original blog post[0], but the general rules are as follows:

    * Project must be fresh / actively developed
    * Project must be released before the time I post
    * Proposal should consist of nothing more than a code example and
a link to your project page, no additional commentary needed
    * Project can't be Rails-centric
    * You must be a developer on the project
    * My project choices will be entirely subjective and unjustified. :)

This is just a reminder that if you'd like to be considered for June,
to send me a proposal by the end of the month.  We've already got a
few good ones, but I'd be happy to see a few more.

As a side note, Jeremy McAnally is running a similar series[1] for
Rails, with more-or-less the same rules.

Anyway, looking forward to seeing some submissions.  If in doubt as to
whether your project qualifies or is interesting enough, just submit!


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