Open Source Status Update – July 2020

In July I went on holidays and had quite a busy month at my day job but nevertheless I’ve managed to push things forward. Here’s a summary of what happened! New dry-validation releases We’ve had two bug-fix releases of dry-validation. Just like in case of a couple of previous releases, there were a bunch of really nice PRs from contributors which is lovely 😄 In 1.5.3 I’ve fixed a new bug that was discovered recently where using key?...

August 6, 2020 · 3 min · Piotr Solnica

Open Source Status Update – April - June 2020

It’s finally time for another Open Source Status Update! This one’s different as it covers last three months. Due to pandemic situation and having my kids at home, including online schooling, it was really difficult to do any OSS hacking. We’ve got some things done regardless in March and April thanks to support from our contributors, so I also would like to use this as an opportunity to thank you all for your help!...

July 9, 2020 · 5 min · Piotr Solnica

Open Source Status Update - March 2020

It’s time for my second Open Source Update :) This one covers March 2020. As you can probably imagine, last few weeks were very challenging due to pandemic. I tried to push things forward regardless but I didn’t manage to accomplish everything I planned. dry-schema & dry-validation 1.5.0 You can read the official announcement right here. I’m very happy with both releases, especially that they brought many new features that a couple of years ago would be really hard to implement, but now it was relatively easy to achieve....

April 3, 2020 · 4 min · Piotr Solnica

Introducing dry-schema

Two years ago (!!!) I published a post on discourse.dry-rb.org explaining my plans for dry-validation 1.0.0 and in this post I mentioned that there will be a new gem called dry-schema that dry-validation will use for its schemas. It’s crazy how time flies because I swear I thought it was last year. I know that over this time dry-validation has been accumulating a lot of issues (125 in the moment of writing this article), and I know it sucks, big time, that I didn’t have a chance to address any of these....

January 31, 2019 · 6 min · Piotr Solnica