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Community Engine: Social Networking Features in a Plugin

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Community Engine is a free, open source social networking plugin for Rails. All you need to do to add social and community features (e.g. authentication, profiles, blogs, photo management, bookmarks, commenting, forums, friendships) to an existing application is to install the plugin and just a small bit of coding. The plugin was covered on Ruby Inside previously, but a number of new developments make it worth looking at again:

Bruno Bornsztein, the developer of Community Engine, has also just launched Wee Baby Stuff, a site based on Community Engine that allows parents to get and share information related to having and looking after a baby.

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