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Towards a Common Ruby definition

Although I’m not directly involved in any Ruby implementation, I’ve been in the community for a better part of a decade and want to see us spend less time on politics and more time on evolving an awesome language. Here’s my two cents on how I think we can attain a Common Ruby definition in a pragmatic way.

Mostly, I’d love to hear what you think of it whether or not you agree.

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