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Episode #285 - July 3rd, 2012

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We scope out our scopes with Periscope, Ruby Open Source Challenge calls on contributors to improve Active Admin, we clean up our seeds mess with Seedbank & Seed Fu, learn some Factory Girl tricks, and let everyone participate in our I18n efforts.

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  • Periscope
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  • Seed Fu
  • Factory Girl Tricks
  • WhowishWord
  • Testing with RSpec
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Ruby Open Source Challenge Jump to Story

We received a note from Ania Banaszek from Netguru a Polish Rails consultancy who’s organizing the Ruby Open Source Challenge which started on July 1st. It’s basically a month long bounty to help improve open source projects. This first edition is dedicated to Active Admin, a very popular solution for easy Rails backends. They're letting the community and the leader of the project draw winners and offer them goodies like an iPad, screencasts like Peepcode and Railscasts, tickets to Ruby conferences, etc.

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