Ruby Together

Hello! Welcome to the monthly update. During April, our work was supported by Zendesk, Stripe, DigitalOcean, Bleacher Report, and many others.

ruby together news

What a long month. Stay safe, healthy, and be understanding with yourselves, everyone. <3

— André

Since our last update, Ruby Together was supported by 46 different companies, including Sapphire member Stripe. Five companies joined as new members.

On top of those companies, five new developers signed up as members, including Jared White, Manuel Meurer, and Ilya Zub. In total, we were supported by 105 developer members. Thanks to all of our members for making everything that we do possible. <3

rubygems news

In case you missed our announcement last month: all ongoing work on Bundler and RubyGems now takes place inside RubyGems/RubyGems as, excitingly, we completed merging the two projects into one repository.

RubyGems changes in April included a fix for a recent regression in RubyGems to interfere with common bundler usages, improvement to a missing spec error, and shipping a new RSpec runner that works better with parallelization. We also updated our CI to ruby 2.7 and made a PR to manage bundler development dependencies through bundler.

This month, Rubygems gained 181 new commits, contributed by 15 authors. There were 1,857 additions and 1,015 deletions across 132 files.

rubygems.org news

In April, we worked on keeping RubyGems.org dependencies up to date. We also sent an email notification requesting users to enable MFA, leading to a threefold increase in MFA enabled accounts (Thank you @aditya!).

In addition to those developments, we worked on the following:

@johnfrancismccann helped us to make sure our releases page shows a consistent number of items per page.

For the month, Rubygems.org gained 70 new commits, contributed by 8 authors. There were 337 additions and 143 deletions across 39 files.

ruby toolbox news

Hey everyone,

I hope you’re safe and well! As mentioned in the previous update I investigated and fixed an issue with the github repo syncing mechanism via rubytoolbox/rubytoolbox#649 and did some additional maintenance like Rails 6 upgrade, other dependency upgrades and such. The API has now also received the official announcement blog post.

In May I will do some additional maintenance like Ruby 2.7 upgrade and review catalog submissions, plus looking into some additional tooling around the API.

Best and stay safe, Chris

budget & expenses

In April, we saw $20,283.95 in total income, and spent a total of $18,975.44.

Until next time,
Irene, André, and the Ruby Together team