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Episode #381

June 25, 2013

chruby, UNIXServer, pry-debugger, screencast nirvana, Pull Request Roulette, and Ruby core committers, all on this episode of Ruby5.

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Pull Request Roulette

Dave Aronson has launched a site called PullRequestRoulette.com. If you have an open-source contribution you’re like to get some careful attention, you can create the pull request and then share it to the site. There, another volunteer picks a request off the list and does a code review.

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