Outstanding idea. I'm eagerly awaiting this. I used to do
rubyquiz with a customer when they were making the migration
Now that they are all ruby studs and busy working on coding
for their customers, they don't do it much anymore.
> Hello Ruby Hackers.
> We had a really good meeting tonight, despite my illpreparedness.
> One thing I was really hoping to do was create a little more traffic on
> the mailing list. To that end, I wanted to see if folks were interested
> in the Ruby Quiz.
> Ruby Quiz is essentially a programming puzzle that you have to solve
> with Ruby. It's done each week on the ruby-talk mailing list.
> However that list is SUPER high volume and as a result, I don't expect
> many people here will subscribe. But, there is no reason we can't have
> our own little version.
> Since the quiz is sent to that list each Friday, tomorrow will be the
> next one. I am subscribed to that list, so I will cut and paste
> tomorrow's quiz to the list.
> After that, at least at first, we should allow an anything goes policy.
> Meaning, if you craft a solution, just send it in.
> Please do not be afraid to be wrong, or not understand. The point is to
> get people thinking in Ruby, not showing how smart we are.
> The original Ruby Quiz entries are here:
> While the new ones are here:
> Notice the ruby-talk list has a no-spoilers policy that we can adopt if
> this takes off, but the initial go here shouldn't be concerned with
> that. Just hack out a solution and discuss it.
> I will post up tomorrow. Happy hacking!