[Ironruby-core] http://ironruby.net get's a facelift
Benjamin van der Veen
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Thu Jan 22 01:24:26 EST 2009
The new site looks great, truly an improvement over the old one. The
homepage is definitely more approachable. I might suggest making it more
clear that the Contribute link goes to github, i.e., mention it in the
subtext. Also would be nice to have a link to the mailing list on the
homepage. Which, by the way: is this a mailing list or a message board?
I'm viewing it at http://ruby-forum.com/forum/34 — is there a regular
list this interface is reading and posting to? Might be worth clarifying
that on the site, too.
Also, it seems like the 0.2 Alpha download is a bit broken. On calls to
ScriptSource.Execute([some code]) I get an exception complaining about
it being unable to find Microsoft.Scripting.dll v220.127.116.1100. The bundled
Microsoft.Scripting.dll is 18.104.22.16801. Has anyone else had similar
Jimmy Schementi wrote:
> http://ironruby.net should look completely different, and that's a good
> thing. I spent today moving stuff around, deleting, consolidating, etc.
> The site is more focused on getting and using IronRuby, but don't fear,
> all the info related to contributing to IronRuby is now on the Github
> wiki: http://wiki.github.com/ironruby/ironruby.
> There are still a bunch of pages out of date, like the library status,
> and general project status, but those are next to update. A detailed
> list describing the status of each library will make it much more
> straight-forward to jump in and start working on one.
> Let me know what you think.
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