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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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  • 1. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Making Ruby a Bazzar project Yuki Sonoda (Yugui) Ruby core team
  • 2. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 HELP! 1/97
  • 3. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 =begin 2/97
  • 4. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 About myself3/97
  • 5. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Yuki Sonoda 4/97
  • 6. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Yugui 5/97
  • 7. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Ruby 6/97
  • 8. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 since 2000 7/97
  • 9. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Rails 8/97
  • 10. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 since 2006 9/97
  • 11. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Release Manager 10/97
  • 12. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 June, 200811/97
  • 13. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Twitter 12/97
  • 14. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 @yugui 13/97
  • 15. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Blog 14/97
  • 16. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 http:// yugui.jp 15/97
  • 17. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Subscribe! 16/97
  • 18. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Summary 17/97
  • 19. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 1 18/97
  • 20. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Situation 19/97
  • 21. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 2 20/97
  • 22. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Analysis 21/97
  • 23. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 3 22/97
  • 24. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Solution 23/97
  • 25. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 4 24/97
  • 26. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Request 25/97
  • 27. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 =end 26/97
  • 28. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 begin 27/97
  • 29. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 1 28/97
  • 30. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Situation 29/97
  • 31. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Issues 30/97
  • 32. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Issues 31/97
  • 33. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Developers 32/97
  • 34. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Few33/97
  • 35. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 87%34/97
  • 36. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 67%35/97
  • 37. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Commits 36/97
  • 38. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 August, 2009 37/97
  • 39. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 92% → 87% 38/97
  • 40. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 73% → 67% 39/97
  • 41. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Cathedral 40/97
  • 42. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 or 41/97
  • 43. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Bazzar 42/97
  • 44. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 ✓Cathedral 43/97
  • 45. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 :( 44/97
  • 46. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Why? 45/97
  • 47. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Important 46/97
  • 48. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Ruby 47/97
  • 49. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Usable 48/97
  • 50. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Stable 49/97
  • 51. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 "Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow" 50/97
  • 52. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 2 51/97
  • 53. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Analysis 52/97
  • 54. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Problem 53/97
  • 55. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Japanese 54/97
  • 56. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 English 55/97
  • 57. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Language Barrier 56/97
  • 58. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Chicken or the Egg? 57/97
  • 59. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 IRC58/97
  • 60. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 ruby:*.jp@wide.ad.jp 59/97
  • 61. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 IRC 60/97
  • 62. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 3 61/97
  • 63. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 How to break the situation 62/97
  • 64. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 A. From Egg: 63/97
  • 65. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 New comming great committers 64/97
  • 66. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Aaron Patterson 65/97
  • 67. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 DL66/97
  • 68. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 YAML 67/97
  • 69. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Marc- Andre Lafortune68/97
  • 70. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 fixed a stack of bugs 69/97
  • 71. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 B. From Chicken: 70/97
  • 72. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Disclosure 71/97
  • 73. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Systematic 72/97
  • 74. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 What's Done 73/97
  • 75. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 redmine.ruby- lang.org 74/97
  • 76. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 documents about process 75/97
  • 77. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Doing 76/97
  • 78. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 test beds77/97
  • 79. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 ruby- test.org 78/97
  • 80. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 it's like isitruby19.org 79/97
  • 81. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 rubyspec 80/97
  • 82. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 4 81/97
  • 83. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Request 82/97
  • 84. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 HELP! 83/97
  • 85. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Documentation 84/97
  • 86. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 www.ruby- lang.org 85/97
  • 87. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Bug report86/97
  • 88. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Build report87/97
  • 89. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 spec 88/97
  • 90. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 ruby- test.org 89/97
  • 91. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Library maintainers 90/97
  • 92. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 [ruby- core:26704] 91/97
  • 93. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 ruby- core@freenode 92/97
  • 94. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Conclusion 93/97
  • 95. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 HELP! 94/97
  • 96. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Try Ruby 1.9 95/97
  • 97. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 Thank you 96/97
  • 98. Powered by Rabbit 0.6.1 end97/97