Austin Ziegler wrote:

>Because it confuses popularity with quality.
>  
>
Oh, gosh! I would never ever dare to propose a quality pissing context - 
believe me :)

Popularity (number of users), however, is important to me, because I 
want to help make Ruby a mainstream technology. Instiki success in that 
department tells us something.

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Best regards,

Alexey Verkhovsky

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