steven at lumos.us
Tue Jan 9 12:44:29 EST 2007
"Chad Fowler" <chad at chadfowler.com> writes:
> On 1/8/07, Anthony Eden <anthonyeden at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 1/8/07, Chad Fowler <chad at chadfowler.com> wrote:
>> > On 1/3/07, Anthony Eden <anthonyeden at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > > On 1/3/07, Chad Fowler <chad at chadfowler.com> wrote:
>> > >
>> > > Right now I have it deployed on my server with mongrel cluster and
>> > > Apache 2.2. Do we have access to the same setup on rubygems.org or
>> > > would it be a different deployment environment? Also would I be able
>> > > to use capistrano to do updates? Also, I suppose I would need to
>> > > include links to the existing documentation as well since it would be
>> > > replacing that homepage - what else would have to be included in order
>> > > to replace the current rubyforge.org homepage?
>> > >
>> > Sorry for going silent for a few days.
>> > I have the same setup exactly, so things should be easy.
>> Good. We can figure out who will handle deployment once the project is
>> in RubyForge.
>> > > One option as an alternative to deploying it to the actual
>> > > rubyforge.org hardware would be to just CNAME a third-level under
>> > > rubyforge.org until it is ready for final release.
>> > >
>> > Let's do it with a CNAME to get things started. Wanna start with
>> > gemtacular.rubygems.org? I'll set it up to point to your IP if so.
>> Sure, go ahead and do that. I've already modified the vhost so it will
>> respond to gemtacular.rubygems.org.
> Done. http://gemtacular.rubygems.org
Guys. Since it's not necessary to squeeze between domain squatters
edgewise in this case, how about a nice boring name like
>> > > Regarding opening the source to some collaborators, that wouldn't be a
>> > > problem. I have it hosted on my subversion repo so I would just need
>> > > to set up some accounts for whomever would be involved.
>> > >
>> > > Let me know what you would like to do and we'll make it happen.
>> > >
>> > Let us know when you have the RubyForge stuff ready and we'll start
>> > pitching in. I know Bruce Williams had some UI stuff already laid out
>> > that would be a nice addition in the short term.
>> I've submitted for registration, I'll let you know once the source
>> code is moved over into the rubyforge repo.
> Cool. One of the things Bruce and I had started working on was using
> RubyForge as the authentication provider for rubygems.org. When we
> get access, that's one of the things I'd like to add. What are your
> I think we should do some hacking on this, get it up as the main
> RubyGems.org page, and make some noise about it to get people using
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