On Jun 13, 2006, at 5:00 PM, John Gabriele wrote:

> I thought that if folks had the various source files, then it would be
> easier for contributors to make small tweaks (including technical or
> spelling/grammar corrections) and then patches. I'd be more inclined
> to send a patch containing a few small fixes to one file, rather than
> copying/pasting html from my browser into an email message. That makes
> more work for everyone, IMO.

Unfortunately, a patch isn't too helpful to us either, since we have  
to go into the software to fix it.  We'll see if we can brainstorm  
some solutions here once we get the site up.  That's priority one,  
for now.

> For example, the "About" page. The 2nd paragraph could possibly use
> some re-wording as well as a link to a page containing the text of the
> Ruby license. There might also be small corrections further down the
> page that someone might want to make (like fixing the quoting around
> the "variable declarations" bullet item).

I'll look at all of these.  Thank you.

James Edward Gray II