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Recruitment for platform maintainers of Ruby
Somedays ago, a mail was posted to ruby-list/ruby-talk mailing list.
Subject: Definition of "Support levels", 1.9.1 supported platforms
and recruitment for platform maintainers
"platform maintainers" are required for NetBSD to be supported by Ruby.
== support levels
The support levels are "supported", "best effort", "perhaps" and "not
supported". Note that "Platform has a maintainer" includes "Some of core
developers always develop Ruby on it", for example, Debian GNU/Linux.
Officially, fully supported. Ruby will be never released while Ruby
has errors on "supported" platforms.
A platform is "supported" when
* The platform has at least one maintainer. One or more maintainer(s)
maintains Ruby on it.
* We can build Ruby for it.
* We can expect that "make test-all" almost succeed.
* We have the nightly build&test environment for it.
I'm working on packaging Ruby programming language but I cannot afford
to work on such a maintainer who is care for Ruby programming language
If anyone interesting to be a platform maintainer, please apply!
Takahiro Kambe <taca%back-street.net@localhost>
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