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Welcome! -------- Tickery is an open-source application written on Fluidinfo (http://fluidinfo.com/). You can play with our running version at http://tickery.net Tickery provides a fun way to explore sets of Twitter friends. There's much more to the story however, as its underlying data is stored in Fluidinfo. This means it can be added to by anyone (i.e., you!), and searched on in any way. We've open-sourced Tickery to help programmers see the insides of a substantial application written to use Fluidinfo. Although the Tickery documentation is currently very light, we hope to be able to change this. You're welcome to help, of course. Learning about Tickery ---------------------- The best place to read an introduction to Tickery is in two articles on the Fluidinfo blog: Meet Tickery http://blogs.fluidinfo.com/fluidinfo/2010/01/21/meet-tickery/ Tickery, for programmers http://blogs.fluidinfo.com/fluidinfo/2010/01/21/tickery-for-programmers/ Running Tickery --------------- You'll find instructions on how to run your own version of Tickery in the doc directory. If you have Sphinx (http://sphinx.pocoo.org) installed, you can build the documentation by running 'make' in the doc dir and then looking at doc/_build/html/index.html in your browser. If you don't have Sphinx installed and don't want to install it, just look directly at the doc/*.rst files. Questions? ---------- For discussion of Tickery, we suggest you join the Fluidinfo users mailing list at http://groups.google.com/group/fluiddb-users or join us in #fluidinfo on irc.freenode.net Please say hi, we're very interested in helping people to understand both Tickery and Fluidinfo. Happy hacking! The Fluidinfo team email@example.com