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Juanito Fatas edited this page Nov 28, 2016 · 53 revisions

Contributors

Anyone can contribute to the website, using pull requests. Be bold!

A list of contributors is available on the dedicated page. You can get in touch with some of them joining the #ruby-lang.org IRC channel on the Freenode network.

i18n maintainers

Each language is supervised by a dedicated team of at least 2 editors or "i18n maintainers". Unlike regular contributors, they can commit directly to the repository, bypassing pull-requests (although this is not always advisable).

They will most likely be the ones reviewing the localized pull-requests from regular contributors. They are also in charge of monitoring the website to keep their section in sync with the English, master one: updating the content, translating news items…

This is a long-run position. If you think you would be a good fit for the job, please read "Become a maintainer" and apply.

Some one-man teams are operational, for their maintainers are very active, but any help welcomed:

Editorial team

A few members of the Ruby organization on GitHub have both full Read+Write access to this repository and SSH access to the production server:

  • hsbt (Hiroshi Shibata, Japan)
  • JEG2 (James Edward Gray II, United States)
  • chikamichi (Jean-Denis Vauguet, France)
  • postmodern (Hal Brodigan, United States)
  • stomar (Marcus Stollsteimer, Germany)
  • makimoto (Shimpei Makimoto, Japan)
  • sorah (Shota Fukumori (sora_h), Japan)
  • zzak (Zachary Scott (zzak), United States)
  • JuanitoFatas (Hsin-Hsiang Huang (juanitofatas), Taiwan)

They are the ones able to deploy the website.

Identity Team

The prior, Radiant-based version of the website was created by the so-called Ruby Identity Team.

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