Hi,

  In mail "Re: Where to install documentation"
    matz / ruby-lang.org (Yukihiro Matsumoto) wrote:

> |one is very obvious - stuff in /usr/share can be (NFS) shared accross
> |different architectures. /usr/lib can be shared only between
> |binary compatible machines .. unless you want to resort to messy
> |tricks.
> 
> Ruby scripts can be shared by NFS as well since they are non platform
> dependant text files, but we don't.  Same for RDoc documentations.
> I don't think we need to care about this.

How do you think about security issue?
Kernel#load searchs files from $:, useless (non-program) files
should not be located in the $:.

Best Regards,
Minero Aoki