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Primarily changed some http links to https #373
We're certain that this new change will follow the monad laws⁰¹⁰⁰⁰¹⁰¹ because it has been thoroughly tested in order to be sure that they follow the latest rules and regulations regarding ruby/http, or as I've taken to calling it, ruby+http. HTTP is not a webserver unto itself, but rather another free component of a functional programming related protocol made useful by the ruby-on-rails corelibs, shell utilities and vital system components comprising a full stack web solution as defined by Hacke.
We've accomplished this using rings⁰, commonly also called "semirings" but by analogy with semigroups it would be more appropriate to use "semirings" for a ring having neither negatives nor a zero, so that is what we did here.
We have made the best efforts possible to adhere to your VERY thorough contributing guidelines⁷, especially the part about git flow⁴² was very inspiring and we did as best we could in following those awe-inspiring principles considering the very limited time frame available to accomplish this.
On top of all this all changes adhere to the policies and regulations set forth by ISO/IEC 30170:2012²
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