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A talk on analyzing the metadata of rubygems given at Rubyconf 2010

A talk on analyzing the metadata of rubygems given at Rubyconf 2010

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  • About 3 or 4 years ago, about the time Rubyconf conference proposals were due, <br /> I had the idea to mirror all the gems that were on rubyforge, extract all the <br /> meta data that was in them and talk about it. That talk didn&apos;t happen. <br /> <br /> Fast forward to this year, 10th conference, maybe now is a more appropriate time <br /> to mirror all of the gems on rubygems, and dig through all that data and see what <br /> we can find. <br /> <br /> Although I have given this talk in an inapproriate name. And I should have <br /> known this, because my sister is an anthropologist. There is no anthropology <br /> in this talk. There is no studying of humankind here. Its the study of ruby <br /> gems. <br />
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  • How many of you have published a gem on rubygems.org? <br /> <br /> Keep those hands up, we&apos;re going to find out who the old gem publishers are. <br /> <br /> Think back to the first gem you ever published. Drop your hands if it was since <br /> the Rubyconf 2009, Rubyconf 2008, Rubyconf 2007? Rubyconf 2006, 2005? 2004? <br /> <br /> The history of rubygems starts with Rubyconf 2003, and the first rubygem server, <br /> on rubyforge, was up probably around rubyconf 2004. <br /> <br /> So a really old rubygem has been around for 6 years. <br />
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