[rspec-users] Better RSpec newbie documentation (was: Caboosers drop RSpec)

Zach Dennis zach.dennis at gmail.com
Tue Nov 4 11:47:06 EST 2008


On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 11:45 AM, Bart Zonneveld <zuperinfinite at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On 4-nov-2008, at 17:20, Matt Wynne wrote:
>
>> On 4 Nov 2008, at 16:09, Stephen Eley wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Pat, Ashley, David and Aslak give quite share of their time answering
>>>> those emails, do a search and you will find out.
>>>
>>> That's not a replacement for good documentation.  You have to have a
>>> certain grounding before you can even figure out where to go and what
>>> questions to ask -- and I don't feel the most visible resources for
>>> that grounding are as good as they could be.
>>
>> This is a point I've made before (and David has rightly pointed me at the
>> source of the rspec.info website), but I'm now so immersed in RSpec myself I
>> would find it hard to see the gaps in the documentation, I think. Plus I'm
>> lazy, and, y'know, busy at work.
>>
>> I almost wonder whether it would be worth ripping up the rspec.info site
>> and pointing everyone at the github wiki, then putting some real effort into
>> making that as good as it can be.
>
> That would be a good idea. No more rspec.info and rspec.rubyforge.net, but
> just github and The Book. The Book would be nice.. Already have an empty
> slot reserved on my bookshelf ;)
>

Your real bookshelf, or your Shelfari one? :)

http://www.shelfari.com/

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Zach Dennis
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