Easily get the systems name by running 'whoisthis'.
Gem for accessing the Whois XML API via JSON, with caching
This gem provides a library and executables that take as input as set of games and outp...
A static web site generator.
Inflates JSON data recursively into structs to allow use of dot notation for data access.
A Rails engine which receives logs and provides an interface for them
Handles basic notification responsibilities and allows creation of message creation str...
Handles basic notification responsibilities and allows creation of report creation stra...
A Whoops Logger for Rails 3+ apps.
A Whoops Notifier for Rails 3 apps.
Log to Whoops Logger in your scripts'
Whorm contains a Model-mixin named Whorm::Model. Once included, your Model now exposes...
A rails plugin handling login stuff in controller
Wraps whois and removes the BS
Unofficial API for whosdatedwho.com
Sets up heroku deployment, config variables and the script that scans the local network...
A baby monitor.
What companies are using what technologies
WhoToWho is a simple script to define a name randomly in list of name. And send this na...
WYSIWYG for i18n for Rails 3.2.*
whtml_sprockets exposes your WHTML templates to the browser throught Sprockets.
A gem to help with easily generating projects
Ruby wrapper for the Whuffiebank API
Whurl is a mountable engine for Rails 3.1+ apps allowing you to show ...
arcade sounds and chiptunes
Why do I work?
a swift, liberal HTML parser with a fantastic library
Right now, it just adds Kernel#maybe which takes a block, and executes it. Or not.
not_empty?, not_blank?, not_defined? ... why not? This is Ruby, come on.
A little runner/printer to benchmark Ruby code blocks