In the northern hemisphere, we have now entered the
meterological fall season.
I’m looking forward to pumpkin-spice-laced contributions (which exist only in my dreams).
Here’s what folks have been up to in the last fortnight.
Contributions were made to Shoulda Matchers, factory_bot, factory_bot_rails, Suspenders, ClearanceI18n, Flightdeck, thoughtbot’s documentation templates, thoughtbot’s ESLint Config, and AWS Database Modules for Terraform.
Shoulda Matchers provides simple one-liner tests for common Rails functionality.
Matheus Sales (matsales28) added the ability for the length matcher to be used on associations. It does this by checking if the attribute is an association, and if so, it uses the associations as the attribute to validate (68f76ce). This work expands on work started by Prashant Jois (prashantjois) here.
factory_bot is a library for setting up Ruby objects as test data.
Suspenders is a Rails template with our standard defaults, ready to deploy.
Flightdeck provides Terraform modules for rapidly building production-grade Kubernetes clusters following SRE practices.
thoughtbot’s documentation templates for open source projects.
Steve Polito (stevepolitodesign), keeping in line with curl, Rails, and others, removed the year from the license template (747ead5), as well as references to a specific year from the README template and the README itself (835aea9). He also fixed a broken logo path (1254618).
AWS Database Modules for Terraform provides Terraform modules to provision databases on AWS.
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