I think changes should be approved by Matz. 
All the changes others wish to implement are discussed in license
agreement :)
Isnt it?

# -----Original Message-----
# From: dave / thomases.com [mailto:dave / thomases.com] On Behalf 
# Of Dave Thomas
# Sent: 28 ???? 2001 ?. 10:06
# To: ruby-talk ML; ruby-talk / netlab.co.jp
# Subject: [ruby-talk:16987] Poll results
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# 
# 
# Oh what a conservative bunch are we. The poll at 
# RubyGarden.org just closed. In response to the question 
# "What's the best process for changing Ruby?", the panel of 
# 150 experts said:
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#     Make suggestions and let Matz decide    65.33%   98
# 
#     Write Ruby-in-Ruby so we can prototype  18.00%   27
#     new ideas easily
# 
#     Have a language committee vote on        15.33%  23
#     proposals
# 
#     Spawn off versions that each implement   0.67%    1
#     different ideas
# 
#     Ruby is perfect. Why change it?          0.67%    1
# 
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# Dave
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