Ruby on Rails is moving fast. So you need to stay tuned to Rails news. What is best than reading RoR heroes’ blogs ? Yep, nothing.
To help you, Railsinside has on its home page a list of Rails heroes. Unfortunately, as the links link toward their blogs and not towards their RSS flow, it might be tedious to add all the flows to your reader. And sometimes it is not immediate to understand where the flow is hidden.
It is only recently that I have added all these flows to my reader. In order to facilitate you the work, here is the Railsinside list of Rails heroes with links to their RSS flow. For some of them, I have not found the flow. If you know their address, please leave it in the comments. A few more flows will be suggested as a bonus. All these flows are added to my public netvibes page. Check it to have a look at what it looks like to be so close to all these minds.
- James Adam
- Fabio Akita
- Ryan Bates
- David A Black
- Jamis Buck
- Hampton Catlin
- Ryan Davis
- Robert Dempsey
- Jamie van Dyke
- Obie Fernandez
- Geoffrey Grosenbach
- David Heinemeier Hansson
- Amy Hoy
- P J Hyett
- Yehuda Katz
- Tobias Lütke
- Rick Olson
- Gregg Pollack
- Luke Redpath
- Jason Seifer
- Josh Susser
- Chris Wanstrath
- Evan Weaver
- Dr Nic Williams
- Ezra Zygmuntowicz
Let’s add to this RoR’s blog, Railsinside and Rubyinside:
Some other great flows I have in my list are:
[EDIT] Here is the OPML for all the previous RSS flows. Using this file you can import the links into your preferred RSS reader.
[EDIT] Thanks to Luke the list is now complete. And in case, like me, you did not know this Firefox feature, at the right of the url bar you have a star and a orange wave sign (the RSS logo). Just click on it to get the RSS flows that are ‘hidden’ (or not finally ;-) ) in the blog. Star is to fave the blog.
Then, I won’t resist to recommend you my flow ;-)
And finally for French readers:
Let me know in the comments if you see any problem with the links or if you know one of the missing links. Also, if you have a blog about Rails activities, you are welcome to leave a link to your RSS flow. I might add the best ones to this list.
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PPS Doing this, I was amazed by the number of feeds going through feedburners. But if you are interested by stats about your feed you need to use it. So, I guess I will have to use it too.
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