> You're not forbidden to talk about other libs. It's just that there
> are separate lists for Ruby and Rails, and the general understanding
> is that the questions posted here aren's Rails-specific.
>
> So, the people who posted these questions probably aren't using Rails
> libraries, and thus answers who recommend using them are less useful.
> Rob was probably just pointing that out. No offense intended.

It can be argued that ActiveSupport is not Rails. For example, I often
use ActiveRecord outside of Rails, and ActiveSupport is one of its
dependencies.

-- Mark.