On May 30, 2006, at 2:47 PM, Pistos Christou wrote:

> James Gray wrote:
>>> If you mean the "Try Ruby" link, it's pointing at the downloads
>>> page (I'm
>>> guessing you copied-and-pasted the link below?)
>>
>> It's fixed now.
>> James Edward Gray II
>
> Really minor nitpick which can be ignored if desired *grin*:
>
> Perhaps it would be more enticing or accurately reflect the nature of
> things if the link text were "Try Ruby Online".  Some may get the
> impression that the link goes to download-and-install instructions,  
> but
> if the word "online" were included, people that might initially be
> dissuaded by their wrong assumption would instead not have that mental
> obstacle.

I added "(in your browser)".

James Edward Gray II