Ben Branders wrote:
> Aquila - 30/12/04 16:29:
> 
>>Have you tried <http://poignantguide.net/ruby/>? 
> 
> 
> Yes. I tried that. It's one of the guides I actually liked. :-)
> Although some of the cartoons are hard to follow for non-native speakers,
> everything was explained quite good.
> 
> 
>>My conclusion is that the
>>current documentation isn't optimal, it should be more structured.
>>When you browse for ruby programming you find all kinds of tutorials,
>>perhaps those should be more concentrated on the ruby-lang homepage?
> 
> 
> You are right. Current documentation certainly isn't optimal. Especially
> localized/translated docs are hard to find for a beginning user. I know
> that Ruby is a 'young' language compared to others, but there should be
> more documentation for beginning users. Much of the documentation is still
> in Japanese, which is unusable for me (and many others)...

Do you know about www.ruby-doc.org?

Did you browse around there?

What was your experience?


Thanks,

James