On Jan 30, 2008, at 4:59 PM, Robert Dober wrote:

>> I agree that the summary is usually pretty good.  James is very  
>> insightful.
> Hey all summaries are not from him LOL, no but that is an important
> think to know.
>>
>> Nothing against rubyquiz2, but maybe the quiz could take on more of a
>> community effort?
> I have already expressed my interest to be part of such a team but in
> a private discussion with James. Obviously the time has come to
> discuss this publicly.  Count me in.
>> Like a project on rubyforge backed by a group of
>> people (not me, of course, mostly because I'm an idiot :)
> If being an idiot is a problem count me out again ;).
>>
>> I feel like the quiz handling is too big for one person, unless, of
>> course, that person realizes that being timely is important, which
>> James was exceptional at.
> Amen, maybe we need a "responsible" or "project admin" in good old
> open source tradition but I feel that only a team can make this going
> on, there will be no JEG IV (pun intended of course).
> Cheers
> Robert
>>
>> my little copper pieces,
> you mean your change from the last Ruby Quiz???
>>
>> Todd
>
> ---
> Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.
> Ludwig Wittgenstein
>
all right Robert, you're in as well.
we definitely are getting enough people that we need to establish  
some roles and a decision making process that avoids fighting or  
problems among everyone with a focus on producing and maintaining quizes