Message from discussion Port a Library (#64)
From: James Edward Gray II <ja...@grayproductions.net>
Subject: Re: [SUMMARY] Port a Library (#64)
Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2006 10:15:37 +0900
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On Feb 2, 2006, at 7:03 PM, Phil Tomson wrote:
> In article
> Ruby Quiz <ja...@grayproductions.net> wrote:
>> Wrap Up
>> Please take some time to look into the other solutions I didn't
>> cover here. All
>> of them were interesting ideas and I hope their authors will
>> consider packaging
>> them up for all to use.
>> Myself, and others, were worried that this would not be a popular
>> quiz. It far
>> exceeded my expectations though and I owe a big thank you to all
>> who made that
>> happen! You are all so clever it makes even me look good.
> It would be cool to have a monthly Port-a-library exercise that
> might run in
> parallel to the Ruby Quizes. Lots of libraries are too large to
> port in a
Interesting thought. If you could divide up the bigger libraries,
maybe the whole group could help do one at a time.
> it might also be interesting to have a 'hit-list' of libraries to port
> each month based on input from ruby-talk and other sources.
Ooo, I really like that idea.
Sounds like a project you just have to start, to me. :)
James Edward Gray II