James Britt wrote:
> alang / cronosys.com wrote:
> 
>> Quoting James Britt <james_b / neurogami.com>:
>>
>>> In other words, what is the value in encouraging people to contribute to
>>> CodeZoo?
>>
>>
>>
>> While I basically agree with this, I think overall the fact that Ruby 
>> is getting
>> more attention on a site like O'Reilly's is a good thing.  If some 
>> people are in
>> the mindset that "it's not a Real Language (TM) until O'Reilly gets
>> involved/prints a book/has a website" (as silly as this is) then I 
>> think it's
>> all for the better.  I probably won't ever contribute anything 
>> directly to
>> CodeZoo, but if they happen to pick up any Ruby from another source 
>> then I
>> don't see a problem.  Think of it as a "get the word out" site for 
>> newcomers,
>> while most of the traditional activity will still be on RubyForge, 
>> RAA, etc.
>>
>> Just my $0.02.
> 
> 
> I also just now read Curt's forwarding of the explanation of CodeZoo 
> content acquisition, so (if I have this right) one can simply add a 
> project to RubyForge, and CodeZoo will pick it up before too long.
> 
> All in all a good thing.

In fact, there isn't anyway to contribute something directly to CodeZoo.

Curt