Several notes inline:
Dne 27.9.2016 v 00:13 Glen Rundblom napsal(a):
I have taken the information and made a couple changes:
1. I removed the line about keeping developers on Fedora because it
made me feel like we were trying to keep them from using other
distributions, it made me uncomfortable.
2. I made the list of features a itemized list to easily identify the
Here is my current piece for the release notes please let me know what
you think, I welcome your feedback:
Ruby on Rails 5.0
Developers will get support for a system-packaged Ruby on Rails of the
latest version. The update to Rails 5.0 will bring:
ActionCable(A new framework that seamlessly integrates WebSockets
with the rest of a Rails application)
It should be "Action Cable"
API mode (Rails applications can be created by using rails new
ActionRecord attributes with a type on a model, and exclusive use
of rails CLI over Rake.
Active Record should be two words and this item should be split into two
bullets, the CLI is separate thing.
I would use http://guides.rubyonrails.org/5_0_release_notes.html
of the "edgeguides".
And looking at the release notes, may be you can add also three
additional bullets from the top of the page, i.e.
* Test Runner
* Sprockets 3
* Turbolinks 5
(I would not mention the "Ruby 2.2.2+ required" since it does not matter
on Fedora that much. You have to use Ruby version which is available on
Also, may be you should mention
might be helpful to somebody, if (s)he has some RoR application based on
system RoR, dunno ....
On 09/26/2016 03:01 AM, Vít Ondruch wrote:
> Hi Glen,
> I think that the change proposal paragraph  describes the benefits
> the best:
> This update will keep Fedora up-to-date and will ensure that the current
> Ruby on Rails developers stay with us as they will get support for
> system-packaged Ruby on Rails of the latest version. Apart from that,
> update to Rails 5.0 will bring ActionCable (A new framework that
> seamlessly integrates WebSockets with the rest of your Rails
> application), API mode (You can create a new Rails application using
> rails new backend --api), ActionRecord attributes with a type on a
> model, and exclusive use of rails CLI over Rake.
> Is this enough?
> Dne 25.9.2016 v 05:57 Glen Rundblom napsal(a):
>> I am working on the Ruby On Rails change in Fedora 25 section of the
>> release notes, and would like to ask your input on how it affects
>> Fedora 25, its benefits, importance, and anything else you feel that
>> should be included in the release notes.
>> Thank you!