Try taking more than three seconds to look at it. Look at every
"my_string_extend_xxx" and you will see that they are all the exact
same code, a single pointless method, and the homepage links take
you to various unrelated sites, though usually a site that's
basically an ad for some guys ebooks. And though the site looks
legit on the surface, dig about and it starts to look very fishy
--there's no way this guy could have written all of these
Support Staff4 Posted by Eric Hodel on 01 Dec, 2012 05:55 PM
Insulting my diligence is no way to win this argument.
I see a classroom full of people making their very first gem at
a rubylearning.org class. It may be useless, but what do you expect
out of a gem made in a short class on ruby?
Over the past 15 days I've written or reviewed somewhere around
6000 lines of ruby. That makes a half dozen ebooks sound pretty
easy to write over the course of a year or two if teaching ruby is
the business you're building.
Hungry Academy students also built gems, and likely so will
gSchool students. Because these gems are "large enough" doesn't
mean we'll pull them, despite being "spam" for their respective