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Japanese Rubyists
     You have not
        met yet
                 Masayoshi Takahashi
Nihon Ruby-no-kai (Japan Ruby Gro...
Japan
Many
Rubyists
in Japan
Matz
Ko1
nobu
 akr
 seki
  ...
Known
only in
 Japan
introduce
2 Rubyists
the 1st
Rubyist
Yugui
the Release
 Manager
of Ruby 1.9
Yugui’s movie




http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm4368109
Yugui’s
works
wrote
“Learning Ruby
 Japanese Ed.”
Not like
English Ed.
Ruby 1.9
 Ready
trustworthy
  manager
the 2nd
Rubyist
Itojun
Jun-ichiro
 “itojun”
 Hagino
“IPv6 Samurai”
KAME
project
to provide
  a free stack of IPv6
        for BSDs
(including Mac OS X)
the member
 of the IAB
(2003-2007)
Itojun’s
Contribution
  to Ruby
the 2nd
contribution
IPv6 protocol
stack for Ruby
the 1st
contribution
1994/12
(closed) alpha
release of Ruby
before in public
Itojun offered
 ML and FTP
   to Matz
“Ruby is one of the softwares
  that cannot be developed
       without itojun.”
 (Matz’s diary 2007/10/31)
bad news
You never
    meet him,
like Guy Decoux
He passed away on
October 29, 2007
Itojun’s last movie




http://jp.youtube.com/watch?v=u4Y-Sl7hIqg
He is the one of
the most famous
hackers in Japan
He is the one of
the most famous
  free software
    evangelists
     in Japan
Conclusion
Many Rubyists
 in the world
Some Rubyists
you’ve not met
not bad news,
    I guess
We can develop
  Ruby with
unseen people
You can
meet Yugui
 through
 Ruby 1.9
You can
meet Itojun
 through
IPv6-Ruby
great feature
of free software
we love Ruby
   and Rubyists
all over the world
  through Ruby
Thank you.
Japanese Rubyists you have not met yet
Japanese Rubyists you have not met yet
Japanese Rubyists you have not met yet
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  1. 1. Japanese Rubyists You have not met yet Masayoshi Takahashi Nihon Ruby-no-kai (Japan Ruby Group) Twinspark Co. Ltd.
  2. 2. Japan
  3. 3. Many Rubyists in Japan
  4. 4. Matz Ko1 nobu akr seki ...
  5. 5. Known only in Japan
  6. 6. introduce 2 Rubyists
  7. 7. the 1st Rubyist
  8. 8. Yugui
  9. 9. the Release Manager of Ruby 1.9
  10. 10. Yugui’s movie http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm4368109
  11. 11. Yugui’s works
  12. 12. wrote “Learning Ruby Japanese Ed.”
  13. 13. Not like English Ed.
  14. 14. Ruby 1.9 Ready
  15. 15. trustworthy manager
  16. 16. the 2nd Rubyist
  17. 17. Itojun
  18. 18. Jun-ichiro “itojun” Hagino
  19. 19. “IPv6 Samurai”
  20. 20. KAME project
  21. 21. to provide a free stack of IPv6 for BSDs (including Mac OS X)
  22. 22. the member of the IAB (2003-2007)
  23. 23. Itojun’s Contribution to Ruby
  24. 24. the 2nd contribution
  25. 25. IPv6 protocol stack for Ruby
  26. 26. the 1st contribution
  27. 27. 1994/12
  28. 28. (closed) alpha release of Ruby before in public
  29. 29. Itojun offered ML and FTP to Matz
  30. 30. “Ruby is one of the softwares that cannot be developed without itojun.” (Matz’s diary 2007/10/31)
  31. 31. bad news
  32. 32. You never meet him, like Guy Decoux
  33. 33. He passed away on October 29, 2007
  34. 34. Itojun’s last movie http://jp.youtube.com/watch?v=u4Y-Sl7hIqg
  35. 35. He is the one of the most famous hackers in Japan
  36. 36. He is the one of the most famous free software evangelists in Japan
  37. 37. Conclusion
  38. 38. Many Rubyists in the world
  39. 39. Some Rubyists you’ve not met
  40. 40. not bad news, I guess
  41. 41. We can develop Ruby with unseen people
  42. 42. You can meet Yugui through Ruby 1.9
  43. 43. You can meet Itojun through IPv6-Ruby
  44. 44. great feature of free software
  45. 45. we love Ruby and Rubyists all over the world through Ruby
  46. 46. Thank you.
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