Most of the talk about Leopard server is taking place behind closed doors at WWDC this year, which makes sense since most consumers don't give a flying service about the server edition of OS X. Be that as it may, the Ruby on Rails guys (that is the hip, new Web 2.0 framework for building web apps) will be included, by default, with Leopard server.
At the moment the included version is slight older, but there are many months with which Apple engineers can use to make sure the latest and greatest is included with the final product.
Ruby on Rails included with Leopard server
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