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jodosha committed Jul 1, 2015
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@@ -20,16 +20,17 @@ Rails Girls Summer of Code is a 3 months program scholarship for
female students to take part in OSS projects and this year marks
the 3rd year of the program.

As the projector mentor this year, I would like to extend welcome to Inês & Rosa of Team DEIGirls from Coimbra, Portugal. For the next
3 months, I'll be following our girls' every step to bring to our
Community the long awaited **mailer** feature.
As the projector mentor this year, I would like to extend welcome to Inês & Rosa of Team [DEIGirls](https://teams.railsgirlssummerofcode.org/teams/66) from Coimbra, Portugal.
For the next 3 months, I'll be following our students every step to bring to our Community the **mailer** feature.

Mailer feature is planned to be released along with our Lotus 0.5.0
as we've announced in our [roadmap post](https://discuss.lotusrb.org/t/lotus-v0-5-0-roadmap/95) yesterday. Following our philosophy, mailer library will be delivered as [lotus-mailer](https://github.com/lotus/mailer) gem that can be utilised with any existing Ruby applications, and at the same time as an integrated component of Lotus applications.
Mailer feature is planned to be released along with our Lotus v0.5.0 as we've announced in our [roadmap post](http://bit.ly/lotusrb-roadmap-v050) yesterday.
Following our philosophy, mailer library will be delivered as [lotus-mailer](https://github.com/lotus/mailer) gem that can be utilised with any existing Ruby applications, and at the same time as an integrated component of Lotus applications.

Let's see what `lotus-mailer` has to offer. The library will use the battle-tested [mail](https://github.com/mikel/mail) gem by my fellow Aussie [Mikel Lindsaar](https://github.com/mikel). It will offer ability to customising templates, supporting many delivery methods and attachments. Furthermore, Lotus would leverage `lotus-model` to deliver mail based on 1:1 association between mailer and the usecase, unlike those of multiple usecases of Rails (a mailer could do multiple messages, eg. welcome users, forgot password, etc).
Let's see what `lotus-mailer` has to offer. The library will use the battle-tested [mail](https://github.com/mikel/mail) gem by [Mikel Lindsaar](https://github.com/mikel).
It will offer configurable delivery methods, multipart messages, and attachments.
The integration with Lotus applications will be add a new code generator for mailers.

Again, a big shout out to awesome Rails Girls Summer of Code team and to our coach Christian Weyer.
Again, a big shout out to awesome Rails Girls Summer of Code team and to our coaches Tiago Mendes-Costa, Pablo Porto and Christian Weyer.

Please leave your comment of support for our girls this summer :)

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