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Thu Oct 21 14:44:41 EDT 2004
* Mauricio Fern?ndez (batsman.geo at yahoo.com) wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 20, 2004 at 10:54:54PM -0400, Marcel Molina Jr. wrote:
> > Newcomer to the list here. A hello to everyone. Aside from being
> > interested in rubygems in general, I'd like to start seeing a lot of
> > existing libraries and applications turned into gems. I'm sort of thinking
> > of it in terms of porting the RAA to Gems ;). I've spoken briefly to Chad
> The RAA isn't that big really... there are many dead projects (404 and/or
> broken codebases), unpackageable entries (web pages, etc), duplicate
> entries, etc... OTOH many projects are not listed in RAA: for instance,
> those on Rubyforge are often missing.
Does anyone know if the full XML dump of RAA is still accessible
anywhere? The old URL doesn't work any more, and I'd like to mess
around with it a little bit.
(The recent items list still works, but not the full list URL).
> > about this. I'd like to know what the list thinks of this and/or I'd like
> > to get an idea from list members of what they think the most gem-worthy
> > non-gemified libs are. I'm aiming to read up on the list archives in
> > the next few days to try to get up to steam with the current goings on
> > and get an idea of the projects trajectory. I wouldn't mind gemifying
> > a handful of libs a day for some time into the unforeseeable future. A
> > pretty long list could be gradually dispatched rather painlessly. Thanks
> > and glad to be here. Looking forward to it.
> Are you also willing to maintain those packages and provide some support
> for them (e.g. handle bug reports, release package revisions, etc)?
> In my experience (I have packaged over 130 libs/apps for RPA), just
> keeping the packages up-to-date can be quite some work at times...
> If you want to see what people are asking for, as far as packages are
> concerned, you can take a look at
> and the list of libs/apps I've packaged so far:
> (many were packaged on demand).
> It would be very nice if you could package Ruby DBI: that's something
> many other libraries depend on and it is used fairly often. It seems
> non-trivial, though.
> Running Debian GNU/Linux Sid (unstable)
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