September 9, 2010
Santiago Pastorino joins Rails Core
It’s my pleasure to announce that Santiago Pastorino has joined the Rails Core group. Santiago only started contributing to Rails this year, but has been on fire ever since his...
September 4, 2010
Ruby on Rails 2.3.9 Released
We’ve released Ruby on Rails 2.3.9 (gem and git tag) to extend the 2.3.8 bridge a few steps closer to Rails 3 and Ruby 1.9. If your app runs on...
August 30, 2010
Appreciate Rails 3 with charity
Rails 3.0 is a gift from all of us who’ve worked on it to anyone who wants to build something. If you like our gift, please show it by donating...
August 29, 2010
Rails 3.0: It's ready!
Rails 3.0 has been underway for a good two years, so it’s with immense pleasure that we can declare it’s finally here. We’ve brought the work of more than 1,600...
August 28, 2010
Rails Has Great Documentation
To this day I still hear people complain that Rails has poor documentation. From where I’m sitting this seems far from the truth. Let me lay out the evidence piece...
August 24, 2010
Rails 3.0: Release candidate 2
The release candidate process is progressing as planned. This second candidate has very few changes over the first, which means that unless any blockers are discovered with this release, we’re...
July 26, 2010
Rails 3.0: Release candidate!
High off Baltimore Pandemic and Yellow Tops, I believe we promised a release candidate shortly after RailsConf. As things usually go in open source, we gorged ourselves on fixes and...
June 8, 2010
Rails 3.0: Beta 4 now, RC in days
RailsConf 2010 is underway and what better occasion to do the final stage of the Rails 3 beta program. We’re very pleased to announce Rails 3 beta 4, which we’ll...
May 25, 2010
Ruby on Rails 2.3.8 Released
The 2.3.7 release slipped out the door too hastily. Fixing compatibility with the rails_xss plugin inadvertently forced everyone to use it. Facepalm.I apologize for wasting a chunk of your day...
May 24, 2010
Ruby on Rails 2.3.7 Released
With the 2.3.6 release hot out of the oven, Nathan Weizenbaum began updating HAML to support it. He uncovered a couple of bugs in the HTML-safety changes backported from Rails...