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July 2023 Monthly Update

Hello! Welcome to the monthly update. During July, Ruby Central's open source work was supported by 35 different companies, including Ruby member Zendesk and Ruby Shield sponsor Shopify.

In total, we were supported by 193 developer members. Thanks to all of our members for making everything that we do possible. <3

Ruby Central News

The latest on RubyConf 2023 San Diego:

RubyConf is the annual fall conference for Ruby enthusiasts to gather and enjoy talks about new projects, meet and network with other Ruby developers, and hear from the community's leading minds. This year's conference will feature a community day, a cohort experience, and more. Here are a few things you should know:

RubyGems News

This month in RubyGems, we released 3.4.16, 3.4.17 and Bundler 2.4.16, 2.4.17.

In RubyGems, we improved certain gem install invocations that had gotten slower since the dependencies API was phased out. In Bundler, the above releases include several improvements such as fixes related to locked platforms, improvements to make sections related to Git gems stable, and some other regression fixes.

Some other improvements that landed into our repo this month but that are not included in the above releases are:

In July, RubyGems gained 96 new commits contributed by 13 authors. There were 1,559 additions and 695 deletions across 86 files. News

This month, saw several bug fixes and updates, some of which include:

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In July, RubyGems gained 99 new commits contributed by 18 authors. There were 2,460 additions and 1,566 deletions across 128 files.

Total spent

In June we completed 210 hours of development work @$150/hour, and spent $31,470.50.

Thank you

Thank you to all the contributors of RubyGems and for this month! Your contributions are greatly appreciated, and we are grateful for your support.

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