On Monday 20 October 2003 04:14 pm, Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:
> Hi,
>
> In message "Re: Outdated page(s) on ruby-lang.org?"
>
>     on 03/10/21, James Britt <jamesUNDERBARb / seemyemail.com> writes:
> |> 1.8 may be a newer stable version but the claim is right.
> |
> |The claim is not that 1.6.8 is *a* stable version, but *the* stable
> |version, and that 1.8.0 is only in preview.
> |
> |The link for 1.8 goes to ruby-1.8.0-preview1.tar.gz, not
> |ruby-1.8.0.tar.gz.  You have to follow the mirror links to see that
> |there is a later version of 1.8.0
>
> Since all www-admins are Japanese, English pages tend to be slow to be
> updated.  We are in the process of assigning English speaking editors.

Matz, how "alive" is Ruby there in Japan?  I have always felt that it's 
perfectly fine if Ruby is slow to gain ground here, so long as it's growing 
very healthy *somewhere* in the world.  How is it faring over there?

	Sean O'Dell