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Simplifeed 2

Simplifeed is a beautiful, private social network for close friends and family. It has been completely rewritten from the ground up using Node.js, the Geddy.js framework. The schema has also been redesigned to use a relational database (PostgreSQL) to make for cleaner models and relationships. Note this is still a work in progress and more features will be coming in the future.

Requirements

Node 0.10.x

Easiest way is to use nvm: https://github.com/creationix/nvm

Geddy 0.13.x

[sudo] npm -g install geddy

PostgreSQL

http://www.postgresql.org/

ImageMagick

http://www.imagemagick.org/

Getting Started

Open a command line and change to the directory

Run npm install to install dependencies

Run geddy secret to generate a new secrets file

Copy the needed information from config/secrets.sample.json (s3, typekit, and analytics are optional) into your newly generated config/secrets.json file, filling in the blanks.

Run geddy jake db:migrate to create the database

Add your SMTP or Mandrill config

Configure S3 storage if you want (will store uploads locally otherwise)

Run geddy to start the server