call4paperz.com is a website for talk proposals, either to your own conference or lightning talks. Users can post talk proposals and they can be voted and commented by the users.
You must set the following environment variables for the system to fully work:
S3_ACCESS_KEY S3_SECRET_KEY TWITTER_ACCESS TWITTER_SECRET FACEBOOK_ACCESS FACEBOOK_KEY GITHUB_CLIENT_ID GITHUB_SECRET SECRET_KEY DEVISE_PEPPER RECAPTCHA_PRIVATE_KEY RECAPTCHA_PUBLIC_KEY
Bootstrapping (and using Foreman to run all the things)
Your first time here? Just run:
It will guide you through the basic dependencies needed to run the application. You can run it, see if it yells at you, fix it... and run it again!
Repeat until all the stuff is in place.
Edit the file
.env generated in the project's root dir and add your keys for
twitter and facebook applications.
The setup will create a
config/database.yml, the user configuration will point
to your current s.o. user.
Edit this file if you need, or if the setup process fail trying to use the credentials auto generated.
Then start the server with the following command:
$ foreman start -f Procfile.development
When using docker
At the time of writing it, it was tested with versions:
For Docker Engine: 1.12.5
For Docker Compose: 1.6.2
For development environment
When in development environment, it can be useful to have some extra configs, like volumes to keep the application directory synced and avoid losing database files.
In docker-compose.override.yml.sample exists some of those extra configs, so you can run the command below to make use of it:
$ cp docker-compose.override.yml.sample docker-compose.override.yml
After you're done with specific environment's steps, to setup the application, you need to run:
$ docker-compose run --rm web bin/setup
Running the application
Now that all setup steps are done, you only need to run the command below to get the application running:
$ docker-compose up
That's it! Just go to http://localhost:3000.
Also, please make feature branches. For instance, if you add a new feature, create a feature branch called "my-awesome-feature". That helps reviewing pull requests, specially if you have unrelated commits.
- Anderson Leite (no longer active)
- Douglas Campos (no longer active)
- Vinicius Baggio Fuentes (no longer active)
We have a few awesome contributors that you can take a look here: https://github.com/call4paperz/call4paperz/graphs/contributors
call4paperz uses the MIT license. Please check the LICENSE file for more details.