Tom pointed out I replied only to him, so here goes:

could you foward to ruby-talk? some people might like to know this.

thanks,

> > rpkg:
> >
> > http://raa.ruby-lang.org/list.rhtml?name=rpkg
>
> It just proves my point: raa links to allruby.com which has been stolen by
> domain pirates, so you can't download it.
>
> That said, rpkg and ruby-install may be on the way - but it's a package
> deal (so to speak). Mirrors must be running, core Ruby should use it and
> not least there should be a clear official policy for creating ebuilds or
> whatever they should be called. If most of the software is already there,
> it's mostly an organizational issue.


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