I´m a bloody newbie in ruby, and the only thing worth to be called language i learned was php.
although it´s really fun and really enlightening for me to learn ruby, there is one thing i miss:
ruby has no documentation that i am able to understand as a newcomer.
while that may be a lack of intelligence on my side, i don´t think that is the reason ^^
i slapped my brain around with the way to program OO, and as i finally begin to understand how that is done, i imagine there are better ways to learn it and i have gone through unnecessary pain.
there is the Pragmatic Programmers Guide (http://www.rubycentral.com/book/) and that´s it. (at least i didn´t see any other tutorials)
i have learned a lot through that tutorial, and maybe i really have to buy all the ruby-books at amazon to stay up to date with changes on ruby.
i really would like a kind of php.net (http://www.php.net) for ruby, and i am willing to contribute an enormous amount of time into a thing like that (but well, i´m a noob - i can´t do that myself)
is there something like that? (maybe in some alpha-stage?)
i know ruby-docs, but that helps only when you have understood it already
is there some tutorial on OO itself? so we could use it and write a ruby-version of it...
i don´t know if i´m only ignorant of the whole ruby-sphere out there, or if it really exists only in japanese...
thx for your contribution