Here's a list of Summer of Rails projects:
- Graffletopia — Stencils for OmniGraffle
- Juggernaut — Revolutionize your Rails app by letting the server initiate a connection and push data to clients with this xmlsocket server plugin
- Photiger — Tag your events photos with this mashup between Flickr and Eventful
- Brew Journal — A site where home brewers share recipes and keep track of past/present/future fermentation fiascos.
- De TourDeVision — A game where players try to guess how much time it takes riders to finish each stage in the Tour de France
- MyBookSmarts.com — Software development bookstore that uses Rails and Amazon Web Services
- scambase.org — Allows users that have been scammed on the internet to post their information about the scam, allow volunteer internet foresicists to scour and investigate the scam, and provide tips and databases to prevent future scams.
- Pricewi.se — a price comparison site with a twist
- Myth of Miroha — a Rails-based role playing game
- stu.dicio.us — School organizer
- Cookmor — Recipe organizer and dinner planner
- San Francisco Bay Sailing Weather — NOAA weather and tide information for sailing the San Francisco bay with basic Flickr integration
- Ask the Guys — Not many places to get a practical guy's perspective on life events. So ask the guys.
- Rueble.com — Rueble is going to revolutionize the way that buyers and sellers of anything, anywhere in the world, find each other. Yeah, it's ambitious! :)
- Attangle, Accasta, Abande — Three board games in the 'Stacking Game Trilogy'
- Movidome — A new service delivering video and audio content over the Internet at HD quality
- David Astel's reading list — List of developer books. Includes tag support.
- developerID — A social identity network for programmers, designers, engineers, sys admins & others working in the professional developer community.
- Startpage Builder — Build a startpage for yourself or create one about a specific subject. No login required to view pages.
- Yurlz.com — A social bookmarking site powered by Ruby on Rails
- BeloofdIsBeloofd — With BeloofdisBeloofd (dutch for promises-promises) we want to create a collective conscience. Every visitor can tell what he or she thinks of a promise made by a politician. With this site we anticipate on the coming national elections on the 22th of November in the Netherlands. Everybody can post a promise to remind a 'promisor' (which can also be a CEO, sportsman, coach, friend, family member or even yourself).
- weSpendMoney — A web application to help you track your expenses and income
- HypeADay — HypeADay is a blog reviewing a new web 2.0 app each day. Hype does not imply something bad, simply something new and trendy. A great source to get up to date on the newest rails/ajax/mash-up projects being released.
- Street Edibles — A database of urban food sources (apple trees, blackberries, etc.) in Portland, OR. One can search for sources via Google Maps integration, or browse the database with a unique interface using AJAX. Comments and ratings can be left for any source. Many features and much more data are to come.
- The Order of R — A database-driven art gallery, among other things. Images, audio, and text "boxes" are displayed dynamically on each page load according to their tags and other metadata. I also used FeedTools to include a blog role of various writing on the Order of R. What can't be seen are the extensive, custom administration pages.
- What's That App? — Icon-based search tool for Mac OS X applications. If you're like most Mac users, you've probably been hit with "app envy" when you see an icon for an app you don't recognize. If you can't ask someone what the app is, now you've got What's That App? Just enter a description of an icon, and all the icons that fit that description will be returned.
- TipMyBlog.net — Simple tipping widget that enables bloggers to get tips from their blog readers.
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