James Britt wrote:
>
> Jim Menard wrote:
> >> I'm pleased to announce the kickoff of RubyForge project called "Why
> >> Ruby?"
> >> whose goal is to help spread the use of ruby by providing a central
> >> repository of presentations, papers and advice on promoting Ruby.
> >>
> >> Please visit (and contribute to) our site:
> >
> >
> > Are you looking for technical articles (introductions to the language),
> > or less technical advocacy pieces?
>
>
> Just a reminder: ruby-doc.org [0], the home site for the Ruby
> Documentation Project (now in its second smash year!) continues its
> long-standing offer to host any and all Ruby documentation, be it
> promotional, technical, API, how-to, or whatever.
>
> So, if something may not be a good fit for Why Ruby?, it always has a
> home on ruby-doc.org.

Yes! I should be more explicit about this on the Why Ruby site...

The primary focus of Why Ruby is advocacy and presentation materials, while
ruby-doc's focus is on documentation for the practicing Ruby developer. They
server a complimentary purpose.

Curt