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Description

ARSS allows you to take inputs from various sources, such as emails and github commit webhooks, and combine them into a meaningful output we call Parcels. The goal is to allow one set of disparate inputs become a cohesive stream of information for users that have no interest in the nitty gritty of the backend changes.

Future features would include allowing a set of parcels to feed back into ARSS, providing an ever more distilled information stream for different audiences.

More details can be seen at:
http://dickey.xxx/arss

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Rubygems:
rails
bcrypt-ruby
clockwork
foreman
gmail
json
kiqstand
sqlite3
mongoid
haml-rails ...

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bcrypt-ruby
clockwork
foreman
gmail
json
kiqstand
sqlite3
mongoid
haml-rails
handlebars
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omniauth-github
httparty
simple_form
uuidtools
sass-rails
coffee-rails
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therubyracer
uglifier
jquery-rails
unicorn
rspec-rails
quiet_assets
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