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Re-launch of RailsForum announced

I just received this email about the total re-launch of the RailsForum.com site:

So, y’all go sign up!!!

When we launched Rails Forum in May 2006, … it grew to over 4,000 members and 24,000 posts in the first year. …

Unfortunately, we didn’t do a very good job of maintaining that community and it has been overrun by spam in recent years. …

That’s why today we’re happy to announce that we’re relaunching Rails Forum. We want the forum to get back to its roots. We want to be a useful resource that contributes positively to the Rails community again. We needed a clean slate. To that end, we’ve ported everything over to a more mature and secure software system, redesigned the site, and put in place a new moderation team.

We hope you’ll take a moment to join us and register for the new Rails Forum at http://RailsForum.com

Please don’t hesitate to let us know if you have concerns or suggestions for serving you better.


Josh Catone, Adam Cooke & Kelli Shaver



How about hosting it on a cutting edge, open source rails-based platform? http://www.discourse.org/

Good news but “sad” that it doesn’t run a Rails forum app.

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