I've mentioned before that being the main person with commit rights on Shoulda has resulted in a serious bottleneck in getting the community's contributes into trunk. The contributions we've been getting have all been high quality, but we needed to find someone who consistently produced exceptional work - someone we could trust to make good decisions about which changes were both well implemented, and good directions for Shoulda to take.
To that end, we'd like to give a warm welcome to Ryan McGeary who joined the Shoulda team two weeks ago. Ryan shows exactly that clarity of judgement and technical expertise that we've been looking for.
Feel free to recommend him on working with rails