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Episode #318 - October 30th, 2012

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Passenger 4 beta, new Rails 4 features, some great Ruby learning resources and more!

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The Benevolent Open Source Maintainer Jump to Story

Sam Rawlins recently was awarded the Ruby Association’s 2012 Grant to help fund his work on Creosote, a mathematics package for Ruby... Sam reached out to us recently to let us know about a blog post he just wrote entitled “Checklist for the Benevolent Open Source Maintainer”. He covers the obvious stuff like documentation, a Readme, and a good test suite. But he also brings up stuff you might forget, like setting up screencasts, an irc channel, or a mailing list. Check out Sam’s blog post for the full list...

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