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RefineryCMS-Blog

Description:

Blog post with

  • Title, Body & Excerpt
  • Filter by Categories tag
  • Filter by Tags
  • Filter by Authors tag
  • RSS feed

Blog comments with

  • Title, name, email, body
  • By default, Confirmable by Email
  • Optional Captcha
  • Optional Manual Moderation
  • Optional Email Notification

Administration panel

  • write blogs
  • manage comments (unread/approved/refuse)
  • Change settings

Dependencies

Tags

You need to install http://github.com/mbleigh/acts-as-taggable-on

gem install acts-as-taggable-on

add the line:

config.gem "acts-as-taggable-on", :source => "http://gemcutter.org"

to your environment.rb (now application.rb)

If you are already using acts-as-taggable-on in your app, you may want to remove the migration file for "tags/taggings" tables.

Captcha

The Captcha use Raptcha, a really cool "one file lib" that just work from ahoward @ http://github.com/ahoward/raptcha If you want to use Captcha, you need rMagick (which is already a dependency of RefineryCMS) and fattr:

gem install fattr

The lib is located at /lib/raptcha.rb, you can update it or edit to fit your need.

Installation (as a plugin)

First, make sure you've run the migration on RefineryCMS (db:setup / db:migrate).

Deal with the dependencies (see dependencies)

Clone the plugin:

script/plugin install git://github.com/unixcharles/refinerycms-blog.git

Copy the migration with

rake refinery:blog:install

& run the migration

rake db:migrate

Installation (as a gem)

Still not done, sorry

RSS feed

There is an RSS feed at /blog.rss, auto discovery link to /blog.rss are include in index and view.

Credit

This is somewhat news plugin from Philip Arndt + comments. see: http://github.com/resolve/refinerycms-news

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