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This is the source code for the Boston Ruby Group's community website:
It's a Rails app running Ruby 1.9 and uses:
If you want to make changes locally, follow these steps:
Install Ruby 1.9.3 (if necessary). RVM is optional, but highly recommended
rvm install 1.9.3 rvm use 1.9.3 --default
gem install bundler
Clone your new fork
git clone [email protected]:your-github-username/bostonrb.git cd bostonrb
For local development, install the required gems, minus the production and staging gemspecs
bundle install --without production staging
Setup the development database (uses sqlite)
cp config/database.example.yml config/database.yml rake db:create && rake db:migrate && rake db:seed
Run the tests
Compile all the assets
Run the server
The site is deployed to Heroku and takes advantage of their Varnish layer by setting far future expires HTTP headers.
Just use the set the video_url attribute on the presentation to the video's actual URL and everything is parsed.
The one exception is Blip.tv. You must use the src value from the video's embed code instead of the video's URL.
This app is built and maintained by members of the BostonRB community