> noble deed; but have you already addressed the common complaint of
> developers that rpa is not yet documented? It seems that they have
> difficulty creating their own rpas... They you have utilities for fast rpa
> generation?

RPA packaging using rpa-base:

http://rubyurl.com/rFWaO

If you need help, please ask.
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> yes, but gems is already being used/promoted (look at rails) by hundreds of
> developers. There must be something good in it.

You can justify many things in the universe with this kind of reasoning.

(the existence of Saskwatch, UFOs, Elvis still alive, to name a few
things witnessed by hundreds of developers)
 
> I would not concern myself about that. Forcing_ everyone to use gem is
> stupid (like forcing everyone to use rpm :). RAA should just be index. I
> still want to get pristine untouched code of the author; and tar w setup of
> the humble aoki is still the way for me. No politics.
> RPA is great software. I never had an issue or bug encountered. If you build
> it quick for everyone's consumption, they will use it. Time is moving fast,
> and many people cannot wait...

Now I wholeheartedly agree.

cheers,
                           vruz