Radiant gets some /. treatment


I just noticed that the ruby-lang site (powered by Radiant) got on /.
which we all know creates lots of requests. See:

I checked in on the ruby-lang site and it seems to be serving pages up
quite nicely. Seeing how well it is handling the increased traffice
makes me feel that much better about Radiant.


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