[Previously I put this onto Jess's "What Was Your Win This Week?" thread, but also wanted to share here on Ruby.]
Over at Reddit/r/ruby, @ioquatix, on the Ruby core team, saw my plea about reviews and merges for the enhance documentation I've been building for Ruby. He's taken an interest, and is working with me to get things moving.
Now in review: Revision of entire intro to
Hash(except what I'd already revised).
Hash::along with a new doc "Implicit conversions."
- Merged earlier: New section "Default Values." (Thanks, @nobu.)
TL;DR [Previous lament]
I've been working on enhancements to the documentation for the Ruby project. Getting these enhancements posted to the Ruby project has been very slow. They're not actually meeting resistance; I know because my many PRs for enhancing class ENV were accepted (though not rapidly). It's just that everyone is busy.
Anyhow, I'm stashing all this stuff on in my own project, called AboutRuby. The piecemeal migration from there to the Ruby project is not going to be completed in my lifetime (I'm 77 years old).