Hello --

On Tue, 1 Oct 2002, Bulat Ziganshin wrote:

>
> i think that creating of maillist named ruby-chat or ruby.beyond is
> not the best way to separate traffic. noone thinks that his interests
> is "beyond" of ruby or he just chatting and stole time of another
> subscribers

Well, collaborating on designing a language other than Ruby is
off-topic, whether it's "beyond" or not.

> my personal interests is
> 1) improvement of language by implementing common usage patterns in
> ruby itself
> 2) changes to language desirable to work on large projects
> 3) language design principles - area where i and Pixel (and Matz?) can
> answer to your questions
>
> as interest to ruby grows, this maillist grows too. may be it's time
> to send ruby progress group to separate maillist

I'm sorry, but labeling your pet projects "progress" (not to mention
setting yourself up as a language design oracle) is inappropriate, and
not in the community's best interest.


David

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