1. Running first-time contributor workshops

  2. Release 1.0 of our “Maintaining Open Source Projects” Book

  3. thoughtbot Ruby Open Source is Ready for Rails 5

  4. Contributing to Open Source Go Projects

  5. Introducing Swish 1.0: Protocol Based Networking for iOS

  6. Announcing fake_stripe

  7. Paperclip IS vulnerable to ImageTragick

  8. ImageMagick vulnerability does not affect Paperclip

  9. Paperclip is ready for Rails 5

  10. Hound Supports Swift

  11. Maintaining Open Source Projects: Versioning and Releasing

  12. Announcing Pester

  13. Announcing Administrate

  14. Griddler is Better Than Ever!

  15. Poppins: All Your Favorite GIFs, Ready to Share

  16. Open Sourcing Tropos, Our iOS Weather App

  17. Announcing Foundry

  18. Paperclip Security Release

  19. Shoulda Matchers 3.0

  20. Splitting an open source project in two with Git submodules

  21. fake_braintree has a new maintainer

  22. Maintaining Open Source Projects: Licenses

  23. Maintaining Open Source Projects: Documentation

  24. Adding a Code of Conduct to Open Source Projects

  25. Announcing pick

  26. Announcing Maintaining Open Source Projects

  27. DIY Design Sprints

  28. Shoulda Matchers 2.8.0

  29. Contributing to Big Bad Open Source

  30. Handling Security Issues In Open Source Projects

  31. PGP and You

  32. Use Git Hooks to Automate Necessary but Annoying Tasks

  33. Using Clearance with RailsAdmin

  34. Laptop Setup for an Awesome Development Environment

  35. Shoulda Matchers 2.6.0

  36. Introducing Hound

  37. Manage Team and Personal Dotfiles Together with rcm

  38. Liftoff 1.0

  39. Form Filling is Formulaic

  40. Prevent Spoofing with Paperclip

  41. Announcing gitsh

  42. rcm, an rc file manager

  43. Moving Open Source Project Mailing Lists to Stack Overflow

  44. Update Your Gems: Security Vulnerability in Cocaine

  45. Use RSpec.vim with tmux and Dispatch

  46. How To Write A Great README

  47. Faster Tests: Sign In Through The Back Door

  48. Quick start your Bourbon and Neat

  49. Version 1.0 of Bourbon Neat, a Sass-based responsive grid framework

  50. This Week in Open Source