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Can we continue Saikuro development here? @japgolly @prasanna @romanvbabenko @zev
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I am happy to move development of Saikuro over to metric-fu.
Shall I update the rubyforge page to point here?
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@zev Great! If you want, you can add me to the rubyforge project and I can move the files over and point the page. My rubyforge username is bf4
Sweet Now we just need to get ownership of the gem name on rubygems from @romanvbabenko
From the rubygems guide just:
gem owner -a firstname.lastname@example.org
Was there ever a mailing list?
I noticed there is the Saikuro gem (which is mine) and then the better named lowercase saikuro gem which is @romanvbabenko .
I might have made a mailing list on rubyforge, but there was never much traffic, so if it exists it is defunct.
Wow, I didn't think to check for case insensitive names. We can continue using the Saikuro name, in that case, until/if the lowercase version becomes available.
@zev Do you have any interest in continuing to work on it or look at the issues queue?
@bf4 when I have free time I'm happy to help out. I've been wanting to refactor it a bit to allow for reading in strings instead of just files. That way I could try and make a plugin for editors.
Sorry dudes, I'd love to get involved and help out -- Ruby needs more good tools like this -- but I don't have any time to spare at all these days. :( Best of luck guys.
@japgolly Thanks for the reply. In the meantime, I've re-released your gem as metric_fu-Saikuro
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