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Capistrano Maintainer throws in the Towel?

Due to burnout, lack of community support, and Rails Asset pipeline compatibility issues (amongst other things): the Capistrano maintainer is seeking help maintaining the project. Lee Hambley has released a “final” version of Capistrano, recommends switching to a containerized deployment method or a PaaS.

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If you read this, thanks for your hard work Mr. Hambley! I used Cap on a non-rails project at my last job and it was quite handy.

Echoing planetmcd’s sentiments, thank you Lee.

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