For awhile I’ve wanted to move the “What’s New in Edge Rails” series to its own site to reflect the fact that it is an independent and self-sustaining series and not some small figment of my mind anymore. I started writing the What’s New series about four years ago and it’s clear it needs to be treated like a first-class citizen. While the move is still a work in progress, I’m proud to say that EdgeRails.info is now live and is where all future What’s New in Edge Rails content will be published (including some Rails 3 updates).
I won’t repeat too much here, but one of the big changes is that I want to take a much more community driven approach to bringing you the latest in updates to the framework and will be harnessing a GitHub-centric process towards letting you both contribute and update posts.
So update your feed and head over to EdgeRails.info. I’m all ears, so flame away if you’re feeling so inclined. And thanks for all your contributions, comments and feedback that past four years – they’ve made the work worthwhile and I hope I can continue the momentum on the new site.
I’ll probably give EdgeRails.info a few weeks to stand on its own before flipping the DNS switch, at which point all links to articles here will be redirected to EdgeRails.
See you on the flip side, home-slice.