ruote 0.9.20 released, and the road the ruote-kit

Congratulations to John Mettraux for just pushing ruote 0.9.20 out the door. I’ve had the great privilege of working with John on an almost weekly basis, learning about ruote and discussing our complicated service provisioning processes with him. Recently I also presented ruote to our monthly Ruby on Beer group here in Johannesburg.

Looking forward, I’m excited to get ruote-kit going as a replacement to the current ruote-rest project. Below is a gist from Github that I’ve been using to plot my ideas for the project.

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