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Help Yehuda Katz make Rails on OS X easy again! (on Kickstarter)

Yehuda wants to develop an easy to use and install Mac app, to help make Rails easy to develop with on the Mac (again)

“I am planning on taking some time off of work to work on this project. I will dedicate sustained effort until I can ship an initial release, and then dedicate a number of hours a week on the project during its initial bootstrapping phase.

My goal is to use this time to transition the project over to maintenance by the community in the github rails organization.”

Check out the details on Kickstarter.

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