Hello Trans,

T> Perhaps I have a skewed perspective (it happens :-), but it seems as if
T> the ruby-talk mailing list has become rather "calm" in recent months.
T> While Ruby-core appears to have a bit of activity, much of it seems a
T> response to the stillness on talk. And alternate Ruby lists seem to
T> have fallen largely silent, with one expection: Rails. So I wonder, is
T> Ruby at risk of becoming little more than a subset techonolgy of Rails?

No, we need a good "plone" clone, then we can use this list for
talking about this subset of Rails technology.


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