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Rails meetup tonight in Copenhagen

Published June 29th, 2006 edit replace rm!

Tonight there is a Rails meetup here in Copenhagen. I wasn’t sure if I was able to make it but I believe I have been able to cleverly manipulate my schedule enough to attend for some of that free beer tonight. Of course I am also looking forward to chatting to some of the cool Danish rails developers I met at Reboot 8.

My first functional test passed on my new Acts_as_capability plugin, which I may be able to demonstrate to anyone interested. This Rails plugin will allow you to write your own no user account encrypted rails applications. This is all extracted from WideWord and WideBlog in the hope that more people will create these kinds of applications. (It provides a wonderful no effort authentication method for DHH’s world of resources). More on this later. But ask me to rant over beers tonight if you please.

Rails and/or entrepreneurs in Panama and Argentina

Published June 8th, 2006 edit replace rm!

I will be in Panama in most of July and Argentina in most of August. I would like to meetup and get to know local rails geeks and/or web based entrepreneurial types.

Please write a comment below or send me a mail. Some of us have already talked about doing a Rails meetup or seminar in Panama. If we can organize a venue I think it would be fun.

Congratulations on the Rails 1.1 release

Published March 28th, 2006 edit replace rm!

Congratulations to David and all on the excellent Rails 1.1 release. I have already been using it for a while and love it.

Come discuss your favorite new features at the Rails 1.1 release conversation on Talk.org which is running Rails 1.1.

Amazon S3 library for Ruby

Published March 16th, 2006 edit replace rm!

As many of you have seen Amazon has released their S3 file storage webservice. The API is cool and offers both REST and SOAP support.

I discovered that they also have released a Ruby library for the REST API. We might soon see several new rails based services using it.

Who will create a Live Clipboard for Rails plugin first?

Published March 9th, 2006 edit replace rm!

Ray Ozzie has shown a preview of some a new open technology Live Clipboard his team at Microsoft has developed for cutting and pasting structured data between web (and desktop) applications.

It is really cool in both it’s simplicity and also that Microsoft are going to be releasing it on a creative commons like license.

So what I would like to know is who will be the first to have a Rails plugin or gem available? Unfortunately I have no time to start playing with it until Saturday and I guess that some bright spark will have released one by then.

For more on the technical background including source code see the Live Clipboard Technical Introduction .

Imagine Copying a contact from Outlook into the invitation screen in WideBlog or a Basecamp milestone into Outlook.

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My name is Pelle Braendgaard. Pronounce it like Pelé the footballer (no relation). I live in wonderful Managua, Nicaragua. I work with Clojure, Bitcoin and Ethereum.

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