zoat wrote:
> ...I think I can answer that myself. Why are you so concerned with
> that?
> 
> I am not concerned about you all but the community and be able also to
> participate.
> 
> Is stated somewere in this community that I cannot post some news are
> you all not interested in that? What kind of community is that? My
> interested ranges everything about Ruby.
I think it's more a matter of appearance.  Since I missed your initial 
postings, I thought for a long time that your updates were purely spam, 
but I couldn't see the 'take', as it were.  For what it's worth, I do 
find some of them interesting, but I'd rather see them as an RSS feed...

> You can classify a post if you want but why do that with the people
> behind?
> 
> If you want to know further about me, I am responsible for the
> corporative RUG inside Ericsson and if I am not welcome here please say
> so. For me a user group is about collaboration, but as I can see here
> is that most of you seemed to be arrogant people.
That's a rather harsh judgement to make from, what, four replies? 
You're right that a user group is about collaboration, and yet all we've 
seen from your address recently is a one-way stream of information 
which, because you don't interact in any other threads, leads people 
(myself include) to believe that you either aren't interested in, or 
aren't capable of, interaction.  You've now corrected that :-)

To steer this in a slightly more productive direction, what uses is Ruby 
being put to inside Ericsson?  How many are involved in the RUG as a 
proportion of the developer community?  Is it growing?

-- 
Alex