Sounds like there's quite a few slipper wearer's!

There's hope yet! W00t!

I would like to have Ruby and Continuous Integration added to that list.
With Ruby and Rake it's like having ant and perl... Would be interested
to hear people's experiences (aside from Damage Control which appears to
have died a death?)...


Gem

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From: Jeremy Wells [mailto:jwells / servalsystems.co.uk] 
Sent: 25 October 2006 17:09
To: ruby-talk ML
Subject: Re: [ANN] Potential Brit ruby meeting formally Chunky Bacon

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Cameron, Gemma (UK) wrote:
> Head count for who'd be up for a meeting and where you currently hang 
> your hat please:
>
> Gem - Preston
> Peter Hickman - Brighton
> Spooq - London
>   
Jeremy - Gatwick
> And any topics to discuss:
> HP sauce and Chunky Bacon (see previous thread for details) Good ruby 
> resources Possible Gems to develop (not me!)
>   
I think it'd be good to have a good svg builder based on xml builder. 
I've not seen an intuitive svg gem.
> Ruby usage at work... Or "Wearing Ruby Slippers to Work" (better than 
> bring your dog to work day)
We're now developing all our new systems in ruby and on rails.
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