I like what you're trying to do with Gobble, but I just encountered a point of contention regarding auto indent.
Consider creating a new function in Ruby:
I don't use a lot of snippets, so when I do this, I type 'def new_function' and then ENTER, and with auto indenting, the insertion point would be on the next line but indented one more level:
My normal practice is to then press ENTER again to go to the next line, BACKSPACE to back up one indentation level and type 'end'. But with Gobble, I can't. When I press BACKSPACE, I go back to the previous line. So I either need to not use auto indent (unlikely) or SHIFT+TAB instead of BACKSPACE before typing 'end'. I'm not sure which is better. I'll have to play with it a bit and see what I think.
[Or I could just start using a snippet and save myself from typing 'end' a lot! ]
Either way, thanks for making the Sublime Community a little better!