Hi folks,

I'm happy to announce that my friend Chenoa Siegenthaler has converted
the entire Ruport Book to asciidoc, and that the sources are now
available on github.

http://github.com/ruport/book

The bookcan be build through Asciidoc to produce HTML and PDF, though
build instructions will need to wait until another day.  But in the
mean time, people are welcome to start contributing fixes and
otherwise helping out.   I will likely update the book when Ruport 2
rolls around, but the conversion of the sources to asciidoc represents
the next step in fully freeing the Ruport book up for community
contributions.  It is licensed under the Creative Commons
Attribution-Sharealike license[0], so you are fairly unrestricted in
what you can do with it.  Please enjoy, and feel free to discuss any
suggested changes or ideas you might have on the Ruport mailing list:
http://list.rubyreports.org

Though most of you are not likely to know Chenoa, I have been training
her in Ruby programming, and it's safe to say that this won't be her
only contribution to the Ruby community in general.  So a big thanks
to her, and please enjoy the raw manuscript.

-greg

[0] http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/

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