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This is a free plug zone (not to be confused with a plug free zone). Just make sure to order the list alphabetically (or some other fair manner); this is not a competition of who’s got the best project.

  • Addressable – A better replacement for URI from Ruby’s standard library
  • Adhoc – Service discovery and routing for DNS-SD (aka Bonjour), XMPP and AMQP.
  • Amazon Web Services – Ruby SDK for interacting with AWS infrastructure services (S3, EC2, SimpleDB…)
  • Amp – Ambitious Ruby-based VCS crazy abstraction thing. Mercurial in Ruby.
  • AMQP Ruby gem — Widely used, feature-rich asynchronous AMQP 0.9.1 client with batteries included.
  • ArchivesSpace – Next generation tool for archives management.
  • AXElements — UI Automation for Mac OS X using MacRuby
  • Barney – Share data between processes easily and naturally.
  • BlatherXMPP/Jabber Library and DSL for Ruby written on EventMachine and Nokogiri.
  • Cinch – Threaded IRC library for Ruby
  • CRM114.rb – Ruby interface to the CRM114 Controllable Regex Mutilator.
  • DataMapper – An Object/Relational Mapper for Ruby
  • Defender – A Ruby wrapper for the Defensio spam filtering service
  • docs.github.com – Online Ruby library documentation hosted at GitHub (generated by rdoc.info)
  • friendly_id – Slugging and permalink library for Active Record and others.
  • fssnapshot – Take a snapshot of a filesystem! (Like `tar`, only without shelling out)
  • git-commit-notifier – Sends HTML email Git commit messages splitting commits that were pushed in one step. Changes are highlighted per word.
  • HamlHTML Abstraction Markup Language
  • htty – the HTTP TTY, a console application for interacting with web servers
  • I2P.rb – A Ruby library for interacting with the I2P anonymity network.
  • landslider – A Ruby library for interacting with Landslide’s SOAP-based API
  • lightning – Commandline framework that allows any command to refer to any filesystem path by its basename
  • Lotus – A complete web framework for Ruby
  • mmmail – Minimalist Mail Library
  • MongoDB – Mongo’s Ruby driver
  • Mongoid – an Object-Document-Mapper (ODM) for MongoDB written in Ruby
  • nanoc – Static web publishing tool
  • NASA – Launch Control System Support Software Documentation
  • Ohm – A Ruby mapper for Redis
  • OpenCoinage – An open-source digital cash implementation.
  • OpenPGP.rb – A pure-Ruby implementation of the OpenPGP Message Format (RFC 4880).
  • PHP.rb – A Ruby-to-PHP code generator.
  • Puppet – The leading open source tool for data center automation.
  • Project Sprouts – Taking some of the suck out of Flash development.
  • R18n – I18n tool to translate your Ruby application.
  • Rack::Throttle – Rack middleware for rate-limiting incoming HTTP requests.
  • RDF.rb – A pure-Ruby library for working with Resource Description Framework (RDF) data.
  • rdoc.info – Generates and hosts online Ruby library documentation
  • Ronin – A Ruby platform for exploit development and security research.
  • The Ruby Language Toolkit – A toolkit for lexing, parsing, and code generation in Ruby.
  • Rubytree – A general purpose Tree data structure for Ruby.
  • Rubikon – A simple to use, yet powerful Ruby framework for building console-based applications.
  • Sass – Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets
  • SPARQL::ClientSPARQL client for Ruby.
  • sphinx – An easy interface to Sphinx standalone full-text search engine.
  • Spidr – A versatile Ruby web spidering library that can spider a site, multiple domains, certain links or infinitely.
  • Spira – A linked data ORM for RDF.rb
  • stupidedi – Ruby API for parsing and generating ASC X12 EDI transactions
  • tadpole – A Small but Extensible Templating Engine
  • thoughtbot – a consultancy that maintains Paperclip, Shoulda, Factory Girl, and other projects on YARD
  • to_lang – A Ruby library that adds language translation methods to strings and arrays, backed by the Google Translate API.
  • Tor.rb – A Ruby library for interacting with the Tor anonymity network.
  • Trinity – A minimalistic web framework for publishing Linked Data.
  • Trith – An experimental concatenative programming language.
  • Twitter – A Ruby wrapper for the Twitter API.
  • vanity – Experiment Driven Development for Rails
  • Whois – An intelligent — pure Ruby — WHOIS client and parser.
  • YARD :-)
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