dry-rb is a community
dry-rb is here to help you build better Ruby apps. Our collection of gems is growing and evolving, and we welcome your contributions!
To get started, try out the gems and share your stories or questions in our discussion forum. Find a bug or want to fix one? Share your issues or pull requests on GitHub. You can also find us on Gitter for development-focused chat.
We are committed to fostering a welcoming community. dry-rb adheres to a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in the dry-rb community, you are expected to abide by its terms. Please report unacceptable behavior to a core team member.
Day-to-day maintenance and overall direction of the dry-rb gems is handled by a core team. This group of long-term contributors evaluates issues and pull requests, manages releases, and contributes to major new features.
Nikita has been programming in PL/SQL and Ruby for seven years, he came to dry-rb through rom-rb. Whenever you see a really weird behavior, feel free to ask him for help.
Fran is Technical Director and Co-Founder of SafetyToolbox. SafetyToolbox made the move to adopt Trailblazer last year and found the dry-rb community as part of that process. Fran is also a member of the Trailblazer core team so should be able to help those of you using dry gems with Trailblazer.
Gustavo is software developer at Xing, where he works with Rails. Looking for different options, he found dry-rb and discovered a new world of possibilities.
dry-rb is a FOSS organisation, maintained by individuals working for free in their spare time, as such, we're always happy to welcome new contributors, if you'd like to help out you can look for issues tagged with "help-wanted" on any of our Github repositories.