Posted by maki on 26 Dec 2004
Chinese translation of www.ruby-lang.org is available now. Thanks, KOBAYASHI Toshihito.
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 25 Dec 2004
Posted by usa on 22 Dec 2004
“Programming Ruby” author Dave Thomas of the Pragmatic Programmers announced plans for a series of Ruby books from the Pragmatic Bookshelf (the Pragmatic Programmers’ own imprint). “The intent is to create a series of books with a deeply practical focus. We won’t just document APIs. Instead, we want to show how to get value from those APIs—-how to solve real-world problems.”
Posted by David Black on 19 Dec 2004
Ruby Central, Inc. has announced its first Ruby Codefest Grant Program. This program is designed to provide support for local and regional groups working on development of Ruby libraries. (See full text of the announcement.) You can apply for a grant on behalf of your group.
Posted by David Black on 2 Dec 2004
Posted by usa on 8 Nov 2004
RSYNC service is restarted. rsync://ftp.ruby-lang.org/
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 29 Sep 2004
A link to Ruby Forum was added to Community Alexey Verkhovsky saids, `Ruby Forum is a newly created bulletin board for discussing Ruby. Unlike ruby-talk mailing list, it allows anonymous posting and implements more understandable interface for searching. Intended target audience of this forum is newcomers to Ruby that are not committed enough to subscribe to a 100+ posts/day mailing list.’
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 22 Sep 2004
Korean translation of www.ruby-lang.org is available. Thanks to Bryan Kang.
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 18 Sep 2004
Brad Cox, creator of Objective-C, will deliver the keynote address at this year’s International Ruby Conference (RubyConf 2004). A leading expert on dynamic programming languages, Brad will speak on “The History and Design of Objective-C”. Registration for RubyConf 2004 is still open.
Posted by David Black on 8 Aug 2004
Registration for RubyConf 2004 is now open. You can register here. The conference will be held in Chantilly, Virginia, USA, October 1-3. Speakers will be announced soon; check the conference website for updates. RubyConf 2004 is a production of Ruby Central, Inc.
Posted by David Black on 31 Jul 2004
As already reported, helium.ruby-lang.org, which is one of the servers that provided various services relevant to Ruby development, was cracked by an unauthorized user. We, the ruby-lang.org administrators, are reporting our analysis of this intrusion and the countermeasures we’ve taken.
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 22 Jul 2004
Anonymous CVS repository for csv(lib/csv) and soap4r(lib/soap4r) were once released to public at 2004-07-05 15:30:00 JST (2004-07-05 06:30:00 UTC). But I, the maintainer of these repository, found my checking process of CVS repository was not enough. So I suspended the repositories again. Users who checkout these repositories from 2004-07-05 15:30:00 JST to 2004-07-06 16:30:00 JST must check your CVS workspace. I’m sorry for the trouble this error caused you. I’ll report again after confirmation of these repositories. csv and soap libraries which are bundled to ruby’s repository(/src/ruby) were confirmed that it is safe.
Posted by NaHi on 6 Jul 2004
lib/soap4r, lib/csv, mod_ruby-old were added to the Anonymous CVS repository. Then, eruby was renamed to eruby-old. mod_ruby/eruby are developed on the Subversion repository now.
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 5 Jul 2004
These checked modules are added to the Anonymous CVS repository.
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 29 Jun 2004
CVSweb service is restarted. http://www.ruby-lang.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 24 Jun 2004
Anonymous CVS service is restarted.
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 22 Jun 2004
We have finished the validation on WWW/FTP contents, so we restarted WWW/FTP services.
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 15 Jun 2004
Sorry for our delayed report on restart operation on ruby-lang.org mailing list service. We should account current management of the lists orderly.
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 1 Jun 2004
On Fri May 28, we found that someone cracked helium.ruby-lang.org via CVS.
Posted by Shugo Maeda on 29 May 2004
Pre-registration is open for the Fourth Annual International Ruby Conference, to be held in Reston, VA, USA, October 1-3 2004. You can pre-register, and get more information about the conference, at the RubyConf site Even if you’re new to Ruby, have a look—the conference is designed to be as affordable as possible, and is a good place to learn more about Ruby and meet other Ruby programmers and enthusiasts.
The O’Reilly Open Source Convention, taking place July 26-30 in Portland, OR, will include both a Ruby track and a series of Ruby tutorials. This is the first year the Conference has included a Ruby track.
The March issue of Linux Journal has an article by James Britt on manipulating OpenOffice.org documents using Ruby. Please note that the article has at least one error: James, who, honestly, really does know better, incorrectly attributed REXML. The creator/owner of REXML is Sean Russell.
The ruby-talk mailing has changed its posting policy. The list now requires one to be a member before posting a message. This is a change from the previous “anyone may post” policy. If you’ve sent some recent list messages, but have not seen them on the list, check if you’re using an appropriate “from” address, and look for any automated list admin messages coming back.
We just started RSS feed in this site. Check it. http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/index.rdf
Posted by sho on 17 Jan 2004