Ruby 2.4 was released during Christmas and the upcoming Ruby 2.5
development is advancing, so I continue in the tradition and I got
r58319 packaged for testing. The updated .spec file is available in
dist-git private-ruby-2.5 branch and here is the scratch build:
One thing I'd like to point out that upstream is working on gemification
of StdLib. The question ATM is what the result will be. Hence, there is
one big TODO in the .spec file . The question if each of the gems
should be unbundled or not. The future will tell hopefully.
We're using a new system for http://docs.fedoraproject.org. It's in Ruby, and as per tradition requires a number of ruby gems not packaged in Fedora.
The upstream is at https://github.com/redhataccess/ascii_binder, and it looks like we're missing diff_dirs, asciibinder-diagram, guard, guard-shell, guard-livereload, pandoc-ruby, sitemap_generator, and yajl-ruby. Plus something called "trollop" which needs to be a version in f27/rawhide but not yet in f26.
Can you help? Running asciibinder locally is very convenient while writing or converting docs, and having it a `dnf install` away would be really nice.
Hello Ruby SIG,
I want to do orphan rubygem-omniauth package that I am a main maintainer,
as I am not interested in maintaining this package now.
Do you want to maintain this package as a main maintainer?
If do that, please tell me.
This package is not a dependency of any packages.
It is already tradition that in this time of the year, new Ruby version
is released. Since Ruby change proposal  was already accepted in
advance, nothing can stop us from rebuild of ruby* binary packages. I
asked relengs for side tag  and built there Ruby and rubygem-json
already. Now its is time for your help.
This is the list of packages, which very likely needs rebuild:
$ dnf repoquery --disablerepo=* --enablerepo=rawhide
--enablerepo=rawhide-source --arch=src --whatrequires 'ruby-devel' |
sort | uniq
You can take the package and just fire rebuild, but please ensure that
you are using f28-ruby build target , i.e. the build command should
$ fedpkg build --target f28-ruby
Please be careful, because if you, by a chance, omit the f28-ruby
target, you'll be building against Ruby 2.4 which is not what you want.
If you won't do it by yourself, I'll be rebuilding all packages after I
am finished with my packages. I'll be using fermig  to help mi with
that. If you don't want me to touch your packages for whatever reason,
please let me know.
You can follow the progress at:
$ koji list-tagged f28-ruby
As always, any help/testing/feedback is welcome.