Hello fellow Railers,
I'm proud to introduce a new Rails resource that was released today:
PluginAWeek.org (http://www.pluginaweek.org). This is a website myself
and a co-worker are currently building. Our focus is primarily on
plugins, although we will post articles on other Rails-related topics
that we've encountered. Over the next few months, we will be releasing
70+ new plugins (25,000+ LOC) that will cover all bases from ActionPack
and ActiveRecord extensions to core Ruby and Rails extensions.
All of these plugins have come out of a commercial Rails product we
have been developing over the last 5 months. There are also
development and documentation resources accompanying PluginAWeek:
* Wiki - http://wiki.pluginaweek.org
* Trac - http://dev.pluginaweek.org
* SVN repository - http://svn.pluginaweek.org
* Mailing lists - http://groups.google.com/group/pluginaweek-core and
As we publicly announce each new plugin, it will become available on
each of the above resources as well.
We will eventually be opening the project for other plugin developers
to announce and manage their own plugins (if, for example, they don't
want to host it on their own server). We're simply hoping that our
work will help at least 1 person
Let us know what you think! Thanks!