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README.md

Welcome to Huboard

How to set up YOUR repo


Add labels to your repository with the following pattern

# - Title

# == index of column Title == column header

Example:

1 - Backlog

2 - Ready

3 - Working

4 - Done

The number represents the index of the column and the will be the column header

How to configure huboard


Huboard now provides the ability to override some global default settings with labels

    defaults = {
       :show_all => true #=> show all open issues, including issues with no labels
    }


To override add labels to your repository with the following patterm

@huboard: yaml

Example:

@huboard: :show_all: false

See issue #89

How to link repositories together


Add labels to your repository with the following pattern

Link <=> username/repo

Example:

Link <=> rauhryan/ghee

For help distiguishing cards add a custom color to label and huboard will add a border to issues belonging to the linked board

Note: linked boards will aggregate milestone and label together. Milestones are aggregated by the title and must be exactly the same in order to work. Labels are aggregated by the label's name the labels name and color must match in order to work.

To run locally

Install dependencies

gem install bundler
bundle install

Register app for Github OAuth

Go to https://github.com/account/applications and register your application to get the application keys needed for OAuth.

  • URL: Pow: http://huboard.dev, Rack: http://localhost:9292
  • Callback: Pow: http://huboard.dev/auth/github/callback, Rack: http://localhost:9292/auth/github/callback

Configure your app

cp .settings.sample .settings

Edit .settings to set the Client ID and Client Secret provided by Github when you registered the application.

Using Pow

Install Pow from pow.cx

Configure your app for pow:

cd ~/.pow
ln -s /path/to/huboard

Sinatra doesn't automatically reload changes to your app, so tell Pow to restart on every request:

cd /path/to/huboard
mkdir tmp
touch tmp/always_restart.txt

Configure RVM

cp .rvmrc.sample .rvmrc

Edit .rvmrc to specify your ruby version/gemset

Recommend MRI 1.9.2, to match the bamboo stack on heroku

Try the app

Open your browser to http://huboard.dev/board

Using rack (shotgun, thin, ect.)

bundle exec shotgun -p 9292

or

bundle exec rackup config.ru

Deploy to Heroku

Please use the latest stable tag if you are hosting your own instance of huboard.

huboard.com is fully operational and free. If you feel the need to host your own instance please use the latest stable tag. The master branch doesn't always reflect the deployed version on huboard.com and very difficult to support and troubleshoot if you run into any issues.

Sign up on Heroku if you don't have an account, and install the heroku gem:

[sudo] gem install heroku

1. Create the Heroku App

Clone Huboard:
git clone https://github.com/rauhryan/huboard.git
cd huboard
Bundle:
bundle install
Create the app:
heroku app:create ---stack cedar

or, if you'd prefer to name your app yourself:

heroku app:create <your-app-name> --stack cedar

2. Register app for Github OAuth

Go to https://github.com/account/applications and register your application to get the application keys needed for OAuth.

  • URL: http://<your-app-name>.herokuapp.com
  • Callback: http://<your-app-name>.herokuapp.com/auth/github/callback

4. Configure Heroku Environment

Now you'll need to setup some environment variables on Heroku.

Customize your values and run the following from your project root:

heroku config:add \
  GITHUB_CLIENT_ID='<your-github-oauth-client>' \
  GITHUB_SECRET='<your-github-oauth-secret>' \
  SECRET_KEY='<your-random-secret-key>' \
  SESSION_SECRET='<your-complex-session-secret>' \
  TEAM_ID='<your-github-team-id>'

5. Deploy

git push heroku master

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