#Using the Skeleton# Whenever you want to start a new project, just do this:
Make a copy of your skeleton directory. Name it after your new project.
Rename (move) the lib/NAME.rb file and lib/NAME/ directory to be the name of your project or whatever you want to call your root module. Do the same with /bin/NAME. Rename tests/test_NAME.rb to also have your module name. 
Edit your Gemspec to have all the information for your project. Rename it to match your module name as well.
Double check it's all working by using ruby tests/test_yourproject.rb again.
: If you have rename installed a handy way to do all of the renaming at once is (remove the
-n flag when you have verified this does what you want it to):
Computer:~/Projects/ruby-skeleton$ find . -name "*NAME*" | xargs rename -n 's/NAME/EXAMPLE/' './bin/NAME' would be renamed to './bin/EXAMPLE' './lib/NAME' would be renamed to './lib/EXAMPLE' './lib/NAME.rb' would be renamed to './lib/EXAMPLE.rb' './NAME.gemspec' would be renamed to './EXAMPLE.gemspec' './tests/test_NAME.rb' would be renamed to './tests/test_EXAMPLE.rb'