During the last meeting of the Ruby User Group Berlin, Jonathan Weiss presented Webistrano, a web application for easy deployment based on Capistrano. It was pretty impressive, and now he’s released it to the public. On the site you’ll find some screencasts explaining the features and the user interface, and the download of course.
What I find neat about it, are the multi-stage capabilities and the multi-user support. It’s easy to manage several projects and hosts. As you’d expect, it’s a Ruby on Rails application and comes pre-packed with all the required goodies.
Nice work Jonathan!