RubyLang.info is looking for more contributors!

Hello fellow Rubyists

We are looking for more contributors for a new open source site called
RubyLang.info. We're dedicated to publishing the most up to date
information about the Ruby language and popular Ruby projects. What
we're looking for right now is doc writers.

We're proud to be hosted Github, both source code and site. Since we're
on Github, anyone is able to contribute to the site, just fork us and
submit a pull request! We're aiming to be hassle-free.

Feel free to post to any questions or concerns you might have. Thanks!

Link: http://rubylang.info
Source: https://github.com/rubylang/rubylang.github.com

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Is that going to get its license file updated when the Ruby license
changes with Ruby 1.9.3?

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On Sat, Aug 06, 2011 at 05:54:34AM +0900, Chris Ledet wrote:

Source: https://github.com/rubylang/rubylang.github.com

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I can't take an active role in helping, but you are welcome to use anything
from http://ruby-kickstart.com/ and its source material at
https://github.com/JoshCheek/ruby-kickstart in any way that it might be
helpful (including completely changing it).

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On Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 3:54 PM, Chris Ledet <christopher.ledet@gmail.com>wrote:

Hello fellow Rubyists

We are looking for more contributors for a new open source site called
RubyLang.info. We're dedicated to publishing the most up to date
information about the Ruby language and popular Ruby projects. What
we're looking for right now is doc writers.

We're proud to be hosted Github, both source code and site. Since we're
on Github, anyone is able to contribute to the site, just fork us and
submit a pull request! We're aiming to be hassle-free.

Feel free to post to any questions or concerns you might have. Thanks!

Link: http://rubylang.info
Source: https://github.com/rubylang/rubylang.github.com

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

Josh Cheek wrote in post #1015245:

I can't take an active role in helping, but you are welcome to use
anything
from http://ruby-kickstart.com/ and its source material at
https://github.com/JoshCheek/ruby-kickstart in any way that it might be
helpful (including completely changing it).

I appreciate that.

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Chad Perrin wrote in post #1015236:

Is that going to get its license file updated when the Ruby license
changes with Ruby 1.9.3?

I remove the Ruby License in the source and just link to the
ruby-lang.org's license. Rubylang.info itself is licensed under CC BY.

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Thanks for the information.

I don't know if this was unclear in the source repository on GitHub or if
I just missed something important in the explanation of licensing. I
appreciate the clarification in any case.

I'm in the midst of some pretty intensive coding right now, along with
all the rest of the stuff going on in my life, so I don't have a lot of
time to spare at the moment -- but if I find time soon, I'll definitely
look into contributing to rubylang.info when I get that chance.

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On Sat, Aug 06, 2011 at 06:16:08PM +0900, Chris Ledet wrote:

Chad Perrin wrote in post #1015236:
> Is that going to get its license file updated when the Ruby license
> changes with Ruby 1.9.3?

I remove the Ruby License in the source and just link to the
ruby-lang.org's license. Rubylang.info itself is licensed under CC BY.

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