Developers relying on any of these frameworks are then faced with a difficult choice: wait an indeterminate amount of time for a good release from the official maintainers (and remain vulnerable in the meantime), or apply a patch from a third-party which may not plug all the security holes, or may include unforeseen bugs. This is clearly a problem. In the meantime maintainers have to scramble to get ruby back to a good state that actually plugs the holes while people complain. Everyone loses.
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
A must read if you need something to be angry about.