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As a newb wishing to be helped, please email me directly. That would take
load off the list.

I still prefer volunteers to post on-list so we can see the scale of this.

Aur Saraf

On 2/15/07, barjunk <barjunk / attglobal.net> wrote:
>
> On Feb 14, 12:54 pm, "Pat Maddox" <perg... / gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 2/14/07, SonOfLilit <sonofli... / gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > > All of this has brought me to think of an Adopt-a-newbie model.
> Somehow,
> > > every newbie that wants would get an email address of a volunteer from
> > > ruby-talk, with whom he can correspond personally and who will answer
> his
> > > basic questions and serve to also encourage him to keep learning.
> >
> > OOH!  I want a newbie!!
> >
> > Seriously, this sounds pretty cool.  I'm lucky enough to write Ruby
> > all day long for my day job, and I could probably help some other
> > people out quite a bit I think.
> >
> > Pat
>
>
> I'm a newbie willing to be beaten ....ahh....helped by a more
> experienced user. :)
>
> I'd also willing provide time to a super brand new person wanting
> install help and ruby basics.
>
> What do we do next?
>
> James' idea about moving this offlist has merit.
>
> Mike B.
>
>
>

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