Important additional note...you need to name the file with a .gem 
extension...that is what gets copied over.  When the gem builder builds 
your gem it appends this extension...just leave it there and upload it 
accordingly.

Thanks,

Rich

On Jun 3, 2004, at 6:32 PM, Chad Fowler wrote:

>   I wanted to let everyone know that yesterday, Rich and Tom from
> Infoether setup a script on RubyForge (http://rubyforge.org) that will 
> automatically "install"
> all new RubyGem files in the file release areas into the central 
> RubyGems
> repository.  So, if you create a new RubyGem and release it on 
> RubyForge,
> within a few minutes, it will be available via the remote gem commands.