June 9, 2008 8:42 PM   Subscribe

Rails-O-Matic makes it easy as pie to start a new Ruby on Rails project by automatically setting up subversion, a trac instance, a dedicated development server, automating deployment to that server, automatically running unit tests and code coverage, and more. If you're a Rails developer or enthusiastic about becoming one, I could really use some beta testers. Did I mention it will be free for the beta testers?

The page currently has a waiting list to make sure we don't get overwhelmed, but you can skip those shenanigans by mefi mailing me to let me know what email address you want your invitation sent to. When you create a project, make sure to use the coupon code "mefiftw" to get your free project. If there are any questions, they can be posted here, mefi mailed to me, or catch me in IRC.
posted by systematic (3 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite

What about Git?
posted by bashos_frog at 5:47 PM on June 10, 2008

Git is high on the list of things we're considering adding. We were still discussing switching to Git when we decided to make Rails-O-Matic so we started with what we had the most experience with. If there are other people out there who would prefer Git as the SCM, please leave a note. It's good to know what people want.
posted by systematic at 12:24 PM on June 11, 2008

By popular demand, we've added Git for source control, Redmine for project management, and complete IE7 support.
posted by systematic at 2:51 PM on July 18, 2008

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