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I haven't started using Ruby or Rails for my own stuff yet. I'm
forcing myself to go through Agile Web Development with Rails before I
start anything. I recently signed on to this list because of an error
I made but couldn't find. A colleague who doesn't write in Rails or
Ruby found my stupid mistake before I could ask you all about it. (Is
it any wonder that I married her?)

I am seeing a lot of interesting stuff on this list, but haven't got
the time to investigate and experiment with it. Is there any chance
that this material could find its way into a Wiki or some permanent
repository where it might be found by someone having a similar problem
six months from now?

Keep up the good work.

Joulupukki Alan wrote:

I haven't started using Ruby or Rails for my own stuff yet. I'm
forcing myself to go through Agile Web Development with Rails before I
start anything. I recently signed on to this list because of an error
I made but couldn't find. A colleague who doesn't write in Rails or
Ruby found my stupid mistake before I could ask you all about it. (Is
it any wonder that I married her?)

Are you familiar with Pair Programming? :wink:

I am seeing a lot of interesting stuff on this list, but haven't got
the time to investigate and experiment with it. Is there any chance
that this material could find its way into a Wiki or some permanent
repository where it might be found by someone having a similar problem
six months from now?

Absolutely not.

The chain of custody is...

--> this list
   --> various scattered blogs
      --> Google
         --> the Rails Wiki
           --> >20 excellent books

Get the books and work your way back. If you think something belongs on a wiki put it there.

And >50% of the traffic here turns out to be tangential, such as problems that fall on the SQL or HTML side...