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LipsiaBlog

Lipsiablog is a lightweight, simple, fast, easy blogging system written in rails and lipsiadmin

Author

Davide D'Agostino

Copyright

Copyright © 2009 Lipsiasoft s.r.l. (www.lipsiasoft.com)

License

MIT License (www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php)

Website

www.lipsiadmin.com

Community

groups.google.com/group/lipsiadmin

Requirements

  • Rails 2+

  • Haml 2+

  • Lipsiadmin 4.1+

  • CodeRay

  • ActionWebService

Features

Api

Blogger, MovableType, Metaweblog

Spam

Custom spam filter, we don't use akismet & c because sucks!

Contents

Content Managment, like other blogging system we can manage quickly “static” pages

Editor

Quick comments editor. Thanks to Editable Grids we can quickly manage spam comments & c.

Boxes

Manage side boxes

Localization

You can translate (also backend) in a fast and simple way with default I18n

Rss

Feed rss

Code Hightlighting

Using <pre><code> in your html it will be hightlighted with coderay.

SiteMap

Google SiteMap Generator

Pagination

Using Lipsiadmin

FullText Search

Using Lipsiadmin

Comment

Enable/Disable/Moderate Comments

LightBox

Simple ExtJs LightBox

Install

Is pretty simple download the code

git clone git://github.com/Lipsiasoft/lipsiablog.git
cd lipsiablog
rake gems:install

Now load the sample (db/sample.sql) data with your mysql client

script/server

Login into the backend localhost:3000/backend with

User

info@lipsiasoft.com

Password

admin

Personalize

Views

app/views/frontend

Config

config/config.yml

Database

config/database.yml (remember to edit other than user/pwd also socks)

Settings

Login into backend and click on settings

Locale

config/locales

Troubles

Rmagick need Image-Magick so if your gem installation fails 99% is because you don't have it.

So depending on your os you need to install it.

For osx try rubyforge.org/frs/download.php/53894/rm_install-1.2.2.zip

For win try rubyforge.org/frs/download.php/50370/RMagick-2.9.0-ImageMagick-6.4.8-6-Q8.zip

For linux try google because based on your system you can do (for fedora) yum install ImageMagick