Maintainers

This page describes the current module, library, and extension maintainers of Ruby.

Module Maintainers

A module maintainer is responsible for a certain part of Ruby.

  • The maintainer fixes bugs of the part. Particularly, they should fix security vulnerabilities as soon as possible.
  • They handle issues related the module on the Redmine or ML.
  • They may be discharged by the 3 months rule .
  • They have commit right to Ruby's repository to modify their part in the repository.
  • They have "developer" role on the Redmine to modify issues.
  • They have authority to decide the feature of their part. But they should always respect discussions on ruby-core/ruby-dev.

A submaintainer of a module is like a maintainer. But The submaintainer does
not have authority to change/add a feature on his/her part. They need consensus
on ruby-core/ruby-dev before changing/adding. Some of submaintainers have
commit right, others don't.

Language core features including security

Yukihiro Matsumoto (matz)

Evaluator

Koichi Sasada (ko1)

Core classes

Yukihiro Matsumoto (matz)

Documentation

Zachary Scott (zzak)

System Administrator

Hiroshi Shibata (hsbt)

Standard Library Maintainers

MaintainersStdlib