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rubyconf the eighth

http://technomancy.us

"I'm back in Seattle after an excellent RubyConf in Orlando, FL. These events are always a treat, and this year's was no exception. Last year the dominant theme was alternate implementations, and this time around it has become an ingrained assumption rather than something that needed to be stated.

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Ruby mode included in Emacs 23 ?

http://lists.gnu.org

"We've discussed before about wanting to include ruby-mode.el in Emacs 23, but getting the paperwork from the authors has been difficult [...] I'm going to the International Ruby Conference next week, and I'm likely to see them in person..."

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Matz "Reasons behind Ruby"

http://jakescruggs.blogspot.com

"...Later he found Lisp and it was the opposite of everything in Basic -- total freedom to do just about anything. And he loved it. That was, however, before he started using Lisp. When he started using Lisp in practice, he wasn't having a good time..."

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Rails 2.1.2: Security, other fixes

http://weblog.rubyonrails.com

"Rails 2.1.2 includes the same two security fixes that we pushed out for 2.0.x recently [...] As always, you can install with: ..." --
* See also: Rinari: Ruby on Rails Minor Mode for Emacs

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More Languages on top of Erlang Virtual Machine

http://www.infoq.com

"Erlang virtual machine – BEAM – hosts an increasing number of languages. Reia, a Python/Ruby like scripting language and Lisp Flavoured Erlang have recently been released. Debasish Ghosh reflects on this trend while other authors try to outline other possible language variants inspired by Ruby or Haskell..."

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Emacs World Domination for the Wrong Reasons

http://livollmers.net

RMS: « ...I am sure it IS effective for convincing people to use [Emacs] when that is more convenient. I want to convince people to insist on freedom even when it is inconvenient..." »

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Rails 2.1.1: Lots of bug fixes

http://weblog.rubyonrails.com

"Rails 2.1.1 is another maintenance release that includes a bunch of bug fixes..."

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Ruby bundled into Emacs ?

http://groups.google.com

* Eric Schulte: « My impression is that it is difficult to get Matz's attention for emacs related queries, e.g. signing FSF papers. » --
* Phil Hagelberg: « Sad but true. I may be able to get him to sign the papers at RubyConf, but by then it will probably be too late for inclusion in Emacs 23. »

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Ruby 1.9: What To Expect

http://www.rubyinside.com

"Ruby 1.9: What To Expect is an online slideshow by Sam Ruby that covers a lot of the differences between the Ruby 1.8 that we all know and love and the currently experimental Ruby 1.9. Sam's examples are to the point, easily digestible, and span 47 slides..."

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Rubygame Tutorial Rebooted

http://libertygaming.blogspot.com

I recently rebooted my rubygame tutorial, which is an introduction to game development using the ruby programming language and the rubygame library. The new tutorial series is licensed under the creative common attribution(Though I planned to use much stronger copyleft license in the future) so feel free to assimilate the knowledge!

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Functional programming and looping

http://railspikes.com

"I just read the post: Rail Spikes: Functional programming and looping by Jon. It's a nice post, and I completely agree - you should never write for/while/do-while loops.

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RubyWeekend #2

http://blog.rubygame.org

RubyWeekend #2 contest is taking place this weekend, July 25th. Compete with others to create a game in Ruby in two day.

License allowed: Public domain or OSI approved for source code. Media must be CC or public domain.

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Learning and Mastering Ruby on Rails on GNU/Linux and chosing Emacs, the perfect IDE

http://git.caboo.se

Much thanks to Phil Hagelberg for its technomancy.git project. You can get it from its git repo and study the code...

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Web frameworks: a free software oriented study

http://www.mininglabs.com

"The web2.0 era has put the web application frameworks at the center of the free software community attention. Various opinions (1,2) and performance (1,2) comparisons have been published by free software enthusiasts trying to rank the quality and the potential of different web frameworks.

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Created by can.axis 6 years 17 weeks ago – Made popular 6 years 17 weeks ago
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The extinction of standardization dinosaurs on the software planet

http://bjacob.livejournal.com

"According to this, the ISO are now calling a "standard" the Microsoft Office format (which is cynically called "Office Open XML"). [...] What is interesting is that TeX, LaTeX, OGG/Vorbis, OGG/Theora, Perl, Python, PHP, Ruby, OCaml, are not standardized by any organization.

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