The plan for June's London Ruby User Group meeting is to have several local rubyists talk about gems that they have written. To let them give their gem a wider audience, and to show off that the LRUG community is a prolific bunch.
Ismael Celis presents on his Ruby gem: jbundle
Paul Fedory presents his Ruby gem: RolePlay. RolePlay is a simple gem that provides roles for ActiveRecord objects (typically a user model, giving them the role of administrator or moderator. As well as covering RolePlay, Paul will also cover tips for upgrading gems to have Rails 3 compatibility.
Phil Nash presents his Ruby Gem: Asset Hat. Asset Hat deals with asset optimisation once Rails has done it's job, getting your assets from your server to your user faster.
Andrew Nesbitt presents his Ruby Gem: Split. Split is a Rack based split testing framework
Matthew Sadler presents his Ruby Gem: http_tools. http_tools is a fast-as-possible pure Ruby HTTP parser plus associated lower level utilities to aid working with HTTP and the web.
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