Welcome to the December 2018 monthly update!
In December, Bundler reached two huge and exciting milestones. First, Ruby included Bundler for the first time ever, including Bundler 1.17.2 in Ruby 2.6. Special thanks are due to @hsbt for years worth of work integrating Bundler into the ruby-core test suite and keeping everything working and up to date.
Second, Bundler shipped version 2.0! It’s a big milestone, and the Bundler team is very excited to adopt a yearly major release cadence, to better match Ruby itself.
Bundler gained 55 new commits, contributed by 7 authors. There were 225 additions and 63 deletions across 21 files.
Interested in contributing to Bundler? We always welcome contributions in the forms of triaging bugs, adding new features, writing docs, and engaging with the wider community. Visit the Bundler Contributor Guidelines on GitHub to get started. Don’t have time to contribute, but want to support our work? Sign up as a member of Ruby Together to help fund our work to keep Bundler working for everyone.