James Britt wrote:

> Simon Strandgaard wrote:
> 
>> I visited Lua's Tutorial Directory and got the feeling that Ruby should
>> have such place too.  This would be a good place to make contributions.
>> I hope a few of us have some (not yet allocated) sparetime to put into 
>> it.
>>
>> At the moment Ruby's directory is rather empty.
>> http://www.rubygarden.org/ruby?TutorialDirectory
>>
>> try compare above with Lua's tutorial directory.
>> http://lua-users.org/wiki/TutorialDirectory
> 
> 
> Not looking to knock another language or site, but a cursory glance 
> shows, for example, that at least some of these Lua "tutorials" are a 
> few paragraphs at best.  Pick any chapter from the online PickAxe and 
> you have the equivalent.
> 
> There is also a list of online Ruby articles on ruby-doc.org:
> http://www.ruby-doc.org/articles/
> 
> Not all are tutorials in any meaningful sense of the word, but there are 
> a number of them there.
> 
> (The amount of information on ruby-doc has grown quite a bit since it 
> was started, so a redesign/refactoring is on my elusive To Do list. 
> Certainly it should be much easier to locate information by topic, 
> author, article type, and so on.)
> 
> James Britt
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Is there any chance any of these articles can be subsequently mirrored 
to the std-lib.org site?  I notice a few of these are now dead links?

Maybe even a pdf convert, in case someone complains about losing the 
sidebars and whatnot?

Charles Comstock