Nothing but respect for Yehuda, but I'm thinking the Kickstarter model for creating a tool might not fit terribly well in the OSS landscape. I could be wrong. Either way - I have an idea.
Rails 3.1 marks a strange turning point in the evolution of Rails: many hard-core fans are feeling the framework is losing its edge and becoming over-engineered. That might be a premature opinion.
We just recently pushed Tekpub over to Posgres and all in all, it was very simple. I won't talk about the reasons we moved from MySQL - that's another post. This one is all about making sure your backups go off nightly.
My last post was a bit of a pulpy, prosey trope about a problem I had debugging an issue in IE 9. It was supposed to be a fun read - but it turns out I might have actually uncovered an issue with IE 9... so giving the team due respect, here's a bit more detail.