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README.md

University of Windsor CSS Hub

http://css.uwindsor.ca

Overview

The University of Windsor Computer Science Society (CSS) Hub website was built to provide students with a hub for event listings and registration for Computer Science students, and eventually was merged with the Discord authorization bot to create one hub for CSS related things. Developing a system in-house allows us to tailor the experience for our specific needs (such as guest limits and guest list for events, and authorization with University of Windsor accounts).

Contributing

Please feel free to contribute if you see an issue, want to complete something from our project boards, or think of a sweet feature! Simply fork this repo and make a pull request.

If this sounds like gibberish to you, you'll probably want to learn the basics of git. Afterwards, you can follow this tutorial on contributing to open-source projects on GitHub.

Setup

You can follow these instructions to install ruby and the rails framework.

After installing rails, you need to install the dependencies (gems). Navigate to the project directory and run:

$ bundle install

Bundler will install all of the project dependencies (located in Gemfile) of the project.

Next you'll need to create the local database using

$ rails db:setup

After that you're ready to launch the site using:

$ rails server

By default, rails will launch the server at http://localhost:3000.

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