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> On Jan 5, 5:43 pm, Ryan Davis <ryand-r... / zenspider.com> wrote:
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>> I just released version 1.0.2 of the rubyforge command line client. It  
>> sucks. We could do a lot better. In particular, we really need a real  
>> API for rubyforge, not a web scraper. It is too error prone.
>>
>> It would need to support everything the current command line client  
>> supports (basically: login, logout, add group, add package, add  
>> release + some project data gathering) and conform to gforge's schema.
>>
>> Is anyone up for the task?
>>     
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> How do you plan to implement this? I've thought about too. I believe
> GForge provides a SOAP-based API, but I'm not sure Rubyforge is up to
> date with the latest and greatest. (Not to mention yuk! SOAP). I've
> suggested to Tom Copeland that the current rubyforge gem code could be
> converted into a server side REST API, although obviously that's not
> ideal. So I am curious as to what you have in mind.
>
> Going further. Doesn't it seem like it's about time for Rubyforge to
> run on Ruby?
>
>
>   
Trans wrote:

"...Going further. Doesn't it seem like it's about time for Rubyforge to
run on Ruby?" 

And i agree !

- tiago nogueira