Getting something like ruby.net is probably not going to be cheap,
probably one of the reasons they went with ruby-lang.org in the first
place.

What about rubellion.org ;).

On 8/21/05, Daniel Schierbeck <daniel.schierbeck / gmail.com> wrote:
> David A. Black wrote:
> > Hi --
> >
> > On Sun, 21 Aug 2005, Paul van Tilburg wrote:
> >
> >> Registering a .net domain at a Dutch company I know is EUR 7.50 (about
> >> 9.00 USD) per year (a great company btw, as in:  they regularly send
> >> customer surveys about what's good and bad and they actually act on it?!
> >> -- recommended for Dutch people), so I think the money isn't the issue
> >> here. I say this just to give an estimate about what the costs are.
> >> But the problem is indeed continuity and maintenance. Who is going to
> >> keep it up for the years coming?
> >
> >
> > I assume the idea is to turn it over to Matz and the ruby-lang.org
> > team, to replace that domain, rather than starting up something new
> > and unofficial.
> >
> >
> > David
> >
> 
> Absolutely. But maybe we could use the opportunity (if we actually *do*
> get the domain) to make a better site. One of the reasons I haven't
> gotten started on Ruby until now is that I could find a documentation of
> the high quality of php.net. doc.ruby.net would be ideal for such a
> documentation site (maybe a wiki?)
> 
> But first thing first. Let's get the domain first, give it to the
> ruby-lang.org guys, and then discuss what to do next.
> 
> 
> Cheers,
> Daniel Schierbeck
> 
>