Rails resources, blogs, forums, etc?


#1

Hi everyone,

Already in the span of a week or so I’ve learned exponentially from
your collective minds. So, first off, thanks for being such a good
community.

In addition to everything here i’m wondering what the top RoR-related
blogs are - abundant with content and frequently updated. Are there
any that would be consensus among rails enthusiasts? The same with
web-based forums.

Again, thanks again, and hopefully with some of your support I’ll have
an app ready to announce sooner rather than later.

  • J

#2

In addition to everything here i’m wondering what the top RoR-related
blogs are - abundant with content and frequently updated. Are there
any that would be consensus among rails enthusiasts? The same with
web-based forums.

Again, thanks again, and hopefully with some of your support I’ll have
an app ready to announce sooner rather than later.

Here’s my blogroll, check out the items in the ‘ruby’ folder:
http://bloglines.com/public/technoweenie

I just looked for any names I recognized behind the RoR sites I know
and subscribe to their blogs. I also have a Feedster search for ‘ruby
rails’ that picks up some nice ones every once in awhile.

My Rails Weenie site is starting to get a bit of activity as well.
Ask questions, post tips, win points and fame!
http://rails.techno-weenie.net


rick
http://techno-weenie.net


#3

On Thu, Dec 29, 2005 at 10:52:07PM -0500, Joel O. wrote:

In addition to everything here i’m wondering what the top RoR-related
blogs are - abundant with content and frequently updated. Are there
any that would be consensus among rails enthusiasts?

http://www.planetrubyonrails.org/ is where the cool kids’ blogs are
aggregated. I had problems with the feed being invalid, though, so
after
not getting any response to my e-mail to the planetror.org’s maintainer,
I
setup a Planet-run Planet based on the OPML data at the above site, at
http://www.hezmatt.org/~mpalmer/planet_ror/.

  • Matt


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