Hey guys. I apologize on my end for not updating, will do it asap (in a few hours).
@Signum you're welcome to use what ever you wish, please remember all of my open source work is 100% from my free time, and with 100% good intention.
With that in mind, since I'm no longer using Padrino - I'm welcoming anyone who would like to be a co-owner of this gem.
@jondot I totally understand that you work is voluntary. I'm involved in multiple open-source projects, too, and depending on my motivation it can easily taks months until I make any noticable progress. All fine. But as soon as a piece of software is released to the public and used by others and turns out to be essentially unusable I believe that it should either get fixed or removed. Increasingly many gems are forked and our Gemfiles start to look like bookmarks lists of Github forks. That will not lead to applications that make me feel confident to deploy.
I have become pretty frustrated recently with the Padrino universe and have decided to migrate to Rails for my ongoing open-source project. But I will surely come back. We just need to make sure that basic features like authentication are kept in good shape.
Please don't feel offended by my comment. Just please consider looking for help with the project so that others may help updating the gem on Rubygems. Or if you think that the software it not dependable enough then consider having it removed from Rubygems.
Anyway, thanks for your work.