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Making Ruby a Bazzar Project

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The release manager of Ruby 1.9 spoke about development process of Ruby and asked you to help, at 9th RubyConf..

The release manager of Ruby 1.9 spoke about development process of Ruby and asked you to help, at 9th RubyConf..

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    • Making Ruby a Bazzar project Yuki Sonoda (Yugui) Ruby core team Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • HELP! 1/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • =begin 2/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • About myself 3/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Yuki Sonoda 4/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Yugui 5/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Ruby 6/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • since 2000 7/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Rails 8/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • since 2006 9/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Release Manager 10/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • June, 2008 11/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Twitter 12/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • @yugui 13/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Blog 14/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • http:// yugui.jp 15/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Subscribe! 16/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Summary 17/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 1 18/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Situation 19/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 2 20/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Analysis 21/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 3 22/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Solution 23/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 4 24/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Request 25/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • =end 26/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • begin 27/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 1 28/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Situation 29/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Issues 30/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Issues 31/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Developers 32/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Few 33/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 87% 34/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 67% 35/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Commits 36/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • August, 2009 37/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 92% → 87% 38/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 73% → 67% 39/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Cathedral 40/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • or 41/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Bazzar 42/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • ✓Cathedral 43/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • :( 44/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Why? 45/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Important 46/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Ruby 47/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Usable 48/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Stable 49/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • "Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow" 50/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 2 51/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Analysis 52/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Problem 53/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Japanese 54/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • English 55/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Language Barrier 56/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Chicken or the Egg? 57/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • IRC 58/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • ruby:*.jp@wide.ad.jp 59/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • IRC 60/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 3 61/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • How to break the situation 62/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • A. From Egg: 63/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • New comming great committers 64/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Aaron Patterson 65/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • DL 66/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • YAML 67/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Marc- Andre Lafortune 68/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • fixed a stack of bugs 69/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • B. From Chicken: 70/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Disclosure 71/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Systematic 72/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • What's Done 73/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • redmine.ruby- lang.org 74/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • documents about process 75/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Doing 76/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • test beds 77/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • ruby- test.org 78/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • it's like isitruby19.org 79/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • rubyspec 80/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • 4 81/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Request 82/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • HELP! 83/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Documentation 84/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • www.ruby- lang.org 85/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Bug report 86/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Build report 87/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • spec 88/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • ruby- test.org 89/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Library maintainers 90/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • [ruby- core:26704] 91/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • ruby- core@freenode 92/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Conclusion 93/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • HELP! 94/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Try Ruby 1.9 95/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • Thank you 96/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1
    • end 97/97 Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1