RVM receives sponsored account at Timely
After receiving financial grant from Toptal, we are obliged to record our time spent on RVM. When seeking for the best time tracking software, we stumbled upon Timely. It felt like the most convenient and good looking application, which perfectly suited our needs. Unfortunately, their free plan did not cover teams.
We reached out to Timely and we are happy to announce that they agreed to sponsor us with a free lifetime account for RVM!
Thank you so much, Marius!Continue reading ›
RVM received a grant from Toptal!
We are happy to announce that we received a financial grant from Toptal, which would sponsor our work on RVM for the next 6 months.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.29.1 released with few bug fixes.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.29.0 released with multiple security fixes! New rubies and binaries, few new features and a lot of bug fixes.
Justin Steven uncovered few security issues, they all are fixed now.
The fixes involves important change: environment variables will not be
evaluated anymore, if there is a use case for that please open a ticket
and let us know what it is.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.28.0 released with new rubies and binaries, few new features and a lot of bug fixes.Continue reading ›
rvm1-ansible could use a little love, is
anyone up for maintaining it?Continue reading ›
RVM 1.27.0 released with new rubies and binaries, fixes and a new code of conduct.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.26.11 released with new rubies, new binaries available by CDN and fixes.Continue reading ›
∞Maintainers needed for RVM 1
I have started changes in my life, you can read more here:
Changes in my open source life (and RVM 2).
This leads to multiple open source projects that will need help,
I'm still doing minimal work on them, but it will not be enough to keep
them running for longer time. So I need help in maintaining this projects.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.26.10 released, new ruby versions.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.26.8 and 1.26.9 released, fixes for ruby 2.2, improved loading project files and more fixes.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.26.7 released, fix bug in ruby, allow selecting ruby-2.2, add 2.2 prompt.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.26.6 released, new rubies and minor bugfixes.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.26.5 released, support for rhn-channel, improved security, more safeguards, bugfixes.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.26.4 released, improved compatibility with new systems and new rubiesContinue reading ›
rvm1-ansible 1.3.4 released, rvm1_user variable added.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.26.3 released, fixed Continue reading ›
rvm get and limited
rvm1-ansible 1.3.3 released, fixes a critical crash issue.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.26.2 released, new rubies and fixesContinue reading ›
RVM 1.26.0 and 1.26.1 released, Security releaseContinue reading ›
rvm1-ansible 1.3.2 released, fixes gpg verification.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.25.34 released, includes OSX Yosemite fixes and more:Continue reading ›
rvm1-ansible 1.3.1 released, includes gpg verification.Continue reading ›
rvm1-ansible 1.3.0 released, includes CentOS 7 support.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.25.33 released, includes fix for "rvm_debug",
most important changes:Continue reading ›
rvm1-ansible 1.2.0 released, includes CentOS/RHEL support.Continue reading ›
RVM 1.25.32 released, includes fix for Continue reading ›
most important changes:
I have been planning to build the blog for quite some time and here it
is, I will be writing here about progress on RVM 2.0, releases for all
RVM related software and hosting guest blog posts about anything rvm
related.Continue reading ›