???global??? packages; that is, ones I want installed in every single ruby, updated in every single ruby, etc; so no matter which ruby I'm working in, they're available system-wide.
i.e. when I install something like heroku-toolbelt globally, I don't want that command disappearing if I switch Rubies.
I still love Ruby more than almost any other language, but I've been working on the same damn Omega Project for the last five years, and haven't really had much time for working on new side-projects in different fun languages.
the languages-I'm-desperate-to-learn-asap list is *also* as long as my arm right now, and that will probably take precedence over coming back to Ruby, when I *do* start on new projects. /=
working quietly on Paws, as per usual; got some new dependancy-flow-programming syntactic crap bouncing around in my head that'll probably play out on top of the same VM, too; and I just started working through the SICP with some irl friends.
current effort: how tf do I make vim and scheme play nice. Paredit + SLIMV + Chicken-Swank, I suppose? wish I could do the SICP in clojure. better editor support.