In article <440E1621.3080508 / johnwlong.com>,
John W. Long <ng / johnwlong.com> wrote:
>Phil Tomson wrote:
>> This came up in another thread, but I haven't seen an answer there so here's 
>>  a new thread:
>> 
>> A year or more ago there was a big push to create an improved Ruby website.  
>> Something that would look nicer and promote Ruby better than the  current one.
>> There were prototypes created that looked rather nice as I recall, but then it 
>> all seemed to disappear.  What happened?
>
>We have a crew of enthusiastic, but very busy people. :-) The design has 
>been in HTML since last summer, but we have wrestled with picking the 
>right content management system. We finally decided to do something 
>custom which is almost complete. After that we will need to port most of 
>the content from the old site over and make some content tweaks. Then 
>deployment. The fact that this is a multi-lingual Web site also 
>complicates things.
>
>Expect something in 3 to 6 months. Hopefully, much earlier.
>

Good to hear that there is ongoing work on the project.

BTW: will this content management system by available?

Phil