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Daniel Berger
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Hi all,

I was just wondering if is
still being used at all. It's still a link on However,
I don't see a 1.8 section. Also, it seemed to be getting hammered by
spam pretty badly last time I checked.

Should we just stick to ruby-lang and ruby-core? Or perhaps we could
submit bugs on the RubyForge site (under RubyMirror)?

What's the general consensus?



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Yukihiro Matsumoto
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In message "ruby bug tracking"
on 03/08/09, Daniel Berger <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:

|Should we just stick to ruby-lang and ruby-core? Or perhaps we could
|submit bugs on the RubyForge site (under RubyMirror)?

I'm checking and fixing bugs reported to ruby-bugs also. I am just
too lazy to organize bugs in it. Perhaps we need to change to the
better bug tracking system.


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