I'm at the euruko right now and Matz in his keynote was asked about this feature suggestions to the next ruby versions and he said there will be a website for and the two opttions he mentioned were trac and redmine. Sounds pretty good :)
RE: ruby core - Added by Thomas Lecavelier almost 15 years ago
That's really what we can call a very short list :)
Hoping they'll prefere ruby on ruby ;)
RE: ruby core - Added by Thomas R Koll almost 15 years ago
I totally forgot to ask him again on the party afterwards :-/
One interesting thing from Matz, he's building up a lab in Tokyo, sadly without much budget so anyone who wants to join this lab working on ruby would have to do that on his own expenses.
I think it would be nice to do this in a very small scale, just five people meeting for a week and working full-time on redmine (or anything else). Just like a regular sprint in Scrum and I think the result would be awesome. The jQuery team did that a few weeks ago for two days:
I'd be able to host this event, we have some appartments in Berchtesgaden (that's in Germany and nearest airport is Salzburg) that are available off-season and as my house is next to a saltmine I think "redmine by the saltmine" would a funny name.
The only costs for you would be wasting your holidays and traveling.
Any ideas about that?
RE: ruby core - Added by Jim Mulholland over 14 years ago
I'm glad to see Redmine finally getting the love that it deserves!
I just saw today that the guys from Panic (makers of Transmit and Coda for Mac OS X) have decided to use Redmine which is cool.
RE: ruby core - Added by Thomas Lecavelier over 14 years ago
With the same pleasure, Ruby-spec is run by redmine: http://rubyspec.org/