Rubygems, Bundler, and the future
Carl Lerche (Engine Yard)
Rubygems has served the community well for many years. However, as applications become more and more complex, certain problems arise. Bundler was created to solve some of those problems and has been evolving rapidly based on community feedback. It's time to look at the current state of affairs and think about Rubygems 2.0. What parts of bundler could be moved upstream and what problems remain to be solved?
2010/08/27 15:30 - 16:00
Until Carl Lerche discovered Ruby on Rails in 2005 he thought he would
never do web development again. It was Ruby that lured him back into
programming and open source development. Currently, he spends much of
his time at Engine Yard contributing to Rails, and in his free time,
to many side projects.
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