Posted by Jean-Denis Vauguet on 12 Jun 2013
On behalf of the Ruby community, we are pleased to announce to you that a brand-new ruby-lang.org is now live!
Ruby’s official website has stalled over the years, leading to a situation where only a subset of the available languages were actually maintained. Still, their content may not even be relevant in the current Ruby ecosystem. Something had to be done! A few rubyists thus gathered to build a whole new contribution platform, switching from a private CMS to an open process.
Everyone is now able to edit the content and fix kinks in no time! We have set up a git-based process and Jekyll now powers the website: visit https://github.com/ruby/www.ruby-lang.org/wiki to learn more about the project and how to contribute.
We hope to be hearing from you and reviewing your Pull Requests,
Hal Brodigan (postmodern),
Jean-Denis Vauguet (chikamichi),
Marcus Stollsteimer (stomar),
James Edward Gray II (JEG2),
Hiroshi Shibata (hsbt).