I think Ruby is just more mature now, so you don't hear as much fanfare about it, or new ways to solve the same problems. There's still a lot of steady support for both Ruby and Rails and they are proven technologies. On the other side of things there are lots of interesting things going on in the Ruby world. Things like Truffle Ruby, or Sorbet are pushing Ruby to be different which is good for growth.
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