groupify - Add group and membership functionality to your Rails models

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Adds group and membership functionality to Rails models. Defines a polymorphic relationship between a Group model and any member model. Don't need a Group model? Use named groups instead to add members to named groups such as :admin or "Team Rocketpants". This will generate an initializer, Group model, GroupMembership model, and migrations.

https://github.com/dwbutler/groupify

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