B double-E double-R U N: Beer Run! B double-E double-R U N: Beer Run! All we need is a ten and a fiver, A car and a key and a sober driver. B double-E double-R U N: Beer Run!
-- Todd Snider, "Beer Run"
Each user nominates a prioritized list of their five favorite beers. Beer Run then uses a Borda count with truncated ballots and multiple winners to generate a list of beers prioritized for maximum average happiness amongst voters. Enough jargon for you? The point is, it makes an awesome list of everyone's favorite beers and you can buy beer that will make the group happy.
Mostly because after RailsConf 2011, we were excited to try out some new libraries we'd heard about and some Rails 3.1 features, so we thought up a simple app to play around with them.
- Fork the project.
- Branch off master.
- Write some tests.
- Make 'em pass.
- Send pull request.
- Have a beer.
Setting Up a Dev Environment
Beer Run uses Ruby 1.9.2 and Postgresql. Install those from whichever source you love the most.
$ bundle install
Set up the database:
$ rake db:setup
# rake spec
If everything's green, you should be good to go.
This program is free software. It comes without any warranty, to the extent permitted by applicable law. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License, Version 2, as published by Sam Hocevar. See the LICENSE file or http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl for more details.