Curt Hibbs wrote:

>David Ross wrote:
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>>Binary releases are sometimes a problem, most of us are unix users,
>>there are some windows users.
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>I am a big proponent of being cross-platform *and* making things as easy as
>possible for end users to install and use. So, this is not intended to start
>any kind of competition or flame-war, mostly I'm just curious...
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>When I see the statement "most of us are unix users, there are some windows
>users" it makes me wonder whether or not this is really true. I'm involved
>in two major cross-platform Ruby projects: FreeRIDE and wxRuby. In both
>cases the windows downloads are higher than all the other platforms
>combined.
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>It would be interesting if there was a more reliable way to gauge Ruby's use
>on various platforms, but I don't know how that could be done.
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>Curt
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mmm... Perhaps we can have a long list to a wiki, I'd like to get an 
actual headcount. The Ruby Window QA team is all setup.  I'm curious if 
there are more people who could possibly donate some time or hardware 
for the progress of Windows QA support.

David Ross
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