[rspec-users] Time for seperate cucumber mailing list?

Tom Cloyd tomcloyd at comcast.net
Sat Jan 17 09:01:00 EST 2009

Matt Wynne wrote:
> My thoughts:
> On 17 Jan 2009, at 04:18, Andrew Premdas wrote:
>> Because traffic is increasing
> I don't mind, I would most likely still get both lists into my inbox 
> anyway
>> Because cucumber really is a seperate mature topic now.
> Good point. Can any newbies to the scene comment if this is confusing?
>> Because rspec overlap is getting smaller (relatively)
> Meh. I don't know about that. These are two tools I use every day to 
> drive out changes to my code. I'm still learning when is the right 
> time to use each one, and it varies a lot, so for me there's still 
> significant overlap in terms of the people I want to share ideas with.
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OK, I'll comment. I very much a newby. To me, the two - cuke and rspec - 
go together. I'm learning them together. It is critical that I 
understand their interaction. It's not a big deal if the topics 
separate, but I enjoy that they're together.



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