Diaspora (currently styled diaspora* and formerly styled DIASPORA*) is a free personal web server that implements a distributed social networking service. Installations of the software form nodes (termed "pods") which make up the distributed Diaspora social network. . Diaspora is intended to address privacy concerns related to centralized social networks by allowing users to set up their own server (or "pod") to host content; pods can then interact to share status updates, photographs, and other social data. It allows its users to host their data with a traditional web host, a cloud-based host, an ISP, or a friend. The framework, which is being built on Ruby on Rails, is free software and can be experimented with by external developers. . Learn more about Diaspora at http://diasporafoundation.org . This dummy package downloads diaspora (also pulling in runtime dependencies as rubygems) and configures it to use MySQL and Nginx. . Unlike the normal Debian package, this package installs exact versions of the dependencies supported by upstream.
Googlecharts is a nice and simple wrapper for the Google Chart API. It allows one to draw a large variety of kinds of graphs such as bars or pies. . This library relies on external code hosted on Google servers, accessed through this API.
Use the GraphiQL IDE for GraphQL with Ruby on Rails. This package includes an engine, a controller and a view for integrating GraphiQL with your app. . This package is in contrib because it includes prebuilt graphiql-0.11.11.js.
Give your Handlebars templates their own files (including partials) and have them compiled, compressed, and cached as part of the Rails 3.1 asset pipeline! . Using `sprockets` with Sinatra or another framework? handlebars_assets works outside of Rails too (as of v0.2.0)
Ruby/PGPLOT is the Ruby interface to the PGPLOT graphics library. PGPLOT is a FORTRAN library to draw line/scatter/histogram plot, error bar, contour/image/vector map, etc. Supports various output devices including Postscript, PNG, X-Window, etc.