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Michael van Rooijen
Feb 15, 2009
Provides an elegant DSL in Ruby for performing backups on UNIX-like systems.
HireFire automatically "hires" and "fires" (aka "scales") Delayed Job and Resque workers on Heroku. When there are no queue jobs, HireFire will fire (shut down) all workers. If there are queued jobs, then it'll hire (spin up) workers. The amount of workers that get hired depends on the amount of queued jobs (the ratio can be configured by you). HireFire is great for both high, mid and low traffic applications. It can save you a lot of money by only hiring workers when there are pending jobs, and then firing them again once all the jobs have been processed. It's also capable to dramatically reducing processing time by automatically hiring more workers when the queue size increases.
Mongoid::Paperclip enables you to use Paperclip with the Mongoid ODM for MongoDB.
A Git-based application deployment tool that allows you to define your environment by utilizing modules and provision your server with basic deployment needs.
A skeleton nanoc application that supports rendering haml, compass, coffeescript, markdown and builder right out of the box, and deploys the website to Heroku for free with ease in a matter of seconds.
Repositories contributed to
Rubinius, the Ruby Environment
Ruby ODM framework for MongoDB
[Chef] Installs Ruby from source.
Simple, efficient background processing for Ruby
Code coverage for Ruby 1.9+ with a powerful configuration library and automatic merging of coverage across test suites
Summary of Pull Requests, issues opened and commits.
Apr 18 2013 - Apr 18 2014
Year of contributions
July 26 - July 28
Rock - Hard Place
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