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qrush commented Aug 4, 2012

Let's have gittip buttons on http://rubygems.org! We can fit a button in here:

Here's the problem:

  1. We only have emails from users, not GitHub usernames.
  2. Gems can have > 1 "owner" (email). The vast majority have 1 or 2.
  3. I'm not sure if we should allow tipping each author individually, or how that would be presented.
  4. I'd really prefer just to put an <a> tag in instead of an <iframe>. We could drop a little 16x16px logo in too.

This is probably doable after #89. Let's make it happen!

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The issue with <a> is that it's a GET, which is bad.... then again, it could just link to the author's gittip page.

The issue with <a> is that it's a GET, which is bad.... then again, it could just link to the author's gittip page.

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👍 maybe rubygems.org could let users link to their GitHub profiles via oauth like gittip?

👍 maybe rubygems.org could let users link to their GitHub profiles via oauth like gittip?

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#27 relates to having tips go to a project, not a single author, which would solve the 'multiple authors' bit.

#27 relates to having tips go to a project, not a single author, which would solve the 'multiple authors' bit.

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Right now I'm 👎 on adding GitHub usernames to RubyGems.org. Linking just via email seems barebones enough to work.

qrush commented Aug 4, 2012

Right now I'm 👎 on adding GitHub usernames to RubyGems.org. Linking just via email seems barebones enough to work.

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Link to gittip profile page so ppl can select how much monies they want to tip.

Link to gittip profile page so ppl can select how much monies they want to tip.

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This is really exciting. :-)

Consider #89 bumped up on my personal priority list.

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chadwhitacre commented Aug 4, 2012

This is really exciting. :-)

Consider #89 bumped up on my personal priority list.

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This is a notice that I'm on vacation this week. I'll be back on Friday, August 10 to run Gittip #10, and will pick up with development the week following. In an emergency please call my cell, +1-412-925-4220. Thanks!

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This is a notice that I'm on vacation this week. I'll be back on Friday, August 10 to run Gittip #10, and will pick up with development the week following. In an emergency please call my cell, +1-412-925-4220. Thanks!

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Okay, so to set expectations: My goal is to have giving to emails (#89) implemented by mid-September. I am prioritizing payouts (#22) and redesign (#66) ahead of that.

I am scheduled to be at XOXO in September, and I would really like to have something besides just GitHub in place before then. Since email synergizerizes with RubyGems and is basically the most open we could be (in terms of pledging to people who haven't necessarily joined yet) it seems like that's the one to tackle. Again, that ticket is #89. Let's keep this one for any RubyGems-specific issues.

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chadwhitacre commented Aug 18, 2012

Okay, so to set expectations: My goal is to have giving to emails (#89) implemented by mid-September. I am prioritizing payouts (#22) and redesign (#66) ahead of that.

I am scheduled to be at XOXO in September, and I would really like to have something besides just GitHub in place before then. Since email synergizerizes with RubyGems and is basically the most open we could be (in terms of pledging to people who haven't necessarily joined yet) it seems like that's the one to tackle. Again, that ticket is #89. Let's keep this one for any RubyGems-specific issues.

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I would much rather RubyGems give me the ability to choose to add my gittip account to my RubyGems profile. That gives me choice. This also goes along with the idea of the opt in model (#28).

I wouldn't want a gittip button for the balanced ruby gem, and it make me personally feel disingenuous asking someone to support me for working on a open source client for a company.

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I would much rather RubyGems give me the ability to choose to add my gittip account to my RubyGems profile. That gives me choice. This also goes along with the idea of the opt in model (#28).

I wouldn't want a gittip button for the balanced ruby gem, and it make me personally feel disingenuous asking someone to support me for working on a open source client for a company.

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I thought of a way to implement this. We can add these pages to Gittip:

  • /on/rubygems/gems/slim/
  • /on/rubygems/profiles/astone/
  • /on/rubygems/profiles/minad/
  • /on/rubygems/profiles/fredwu/

The first would be like a GitHub org page is now:

Screen shot 2012-12-13 at 11 12 53 AM

It would link to the gem and list the individuals associated with it. Then for /on/rubygems/profiles/ pages we'd have something similar to the other Twitter and GitHub profile pages on Gittip. However, you'd only be able to attach a RubyGems profile to an existing Gittip account. So if you were signed into Gittip you'd have the option to "Connect this RubyGems profile" or some such. That would fire an email with a link that would make the connection.

This is a variant of @lyndsysimon's suggestion on #89 for passwordless email verification. It's using email to handle the connection but not general authentication for Gittip.

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chadwhitacre commented Dec 13, 2012

I thought of a way to implement this. We can add these pages to Gittip:

  • /on/rubygems/gems/slim/
  • /on/rubygems/profiles/astone/
  • /on/rubygems/profiles/minad/
  • /on/rubygems/profiles/fredwu/

The first would be like a GitHub org page is now:

Screen shot 2012-12-13 at 11 12 53 AM

It would link to the gem and list the individuals associated with it. Then for /on/rubygems/profiles/ pages we'd have something similar to the other Twitter and GitHub profile pages on Gittip. However, you'd only be able to attach a RubyGems profile to an existing Gittip account. So if you were signed into Gittip you'd have the option to "Connect this RubyGems profile" or some such. That would fire an email with a link that would make the connection.

This is a variant of @lyndsysimon's suggestion on #89 for passwordless email verification. It's using email to handle the connection but not general authentication for Gittip.

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@matin I reticketed the opt-in/opt-out question as rubygems/rubygems.org#500.

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chadwhitacre commented Dec 13, 2012

@matin I reticketed the opt-in/opt-out question as rubygems/rubygems.org#500.

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@whit537 awesome! Get more gittip buttons out into the world, and drive more growth

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matin commented Dec 13, 2012

@whit537 awesome! Get more gittip buttons out into the world, and drive more growth

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Sounds like @tehgeekmeister is going to take this on. Huzzah! :D

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chadwhitacre commented Jan 8, 2013

Sounds like @tehgeekmeister is going to take this on. Huzzah! :D

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Have this partially working on the rubygems side over at: rubygems/rubygems.org#505.

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tehgeekmeister commented Jan 10, 2013

Have this partially working on the rubygems side over at: rubygems/rubygems.org#505.

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This is blocked on build failures over on rubygems/rubygems.org#500. It looked like they were travis problems, rather than my code, and they were going to see about getting the CI to rerun. Haven't heard more since, so if someone else wants to follow up while I'm busy, we can get this out.

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tehgeekmeister commented Jan 17, 2013

This is blocked on build failures over on rubygems/rubygems.org#500. It looked like they were travis problems, rather than my code, and they were going to see about getting the CI to rerun. Haven't heard more since, so if someone else wants to follow up while I'm busy, we can get this out.

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Thanks @tehgeekmeister. I'm swamped with work for YouGov right now. Let's regroup in a day or two when things ease up for both of us and get this out there.

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chadwhitacre commented Jan 17, 2013

Thanks @tehgeekmeister. I'm swamped with work for YouGov right now. Let's regroup in a day or two when things ease up for both of us and get this out there.

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Sounds good. I should have time at some point next week.

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tehgeekmeister commented Jan 17, 2013

Sounds good. I should have time at some point next week.

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I did some more work on this, posting to #575. See e317598 and ca0cad6.

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chadwhitacre commented Mar 3, 2013

I did some more work on this, posting to #575. See e317598 and ca0cad6.

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The two pages we need on the Gittip side are:

  • /on/rubygems/gems/slim/
  • /on/rubygems/profiles/stone/

/on/rubygems/gems/slim/

The first page we need is roughed in. The API call I'm seeing behind the gems page is:

https://rubygems.org/api/v1/gems/slim/owners.json

This appears to give us email addresses but nothing else. For each owner, we need RG username [required] and Gittip username [optional]. Does that info exist in another RG API? Can we add it to the owners.json endpoint? Once we have that info, we need to finish the /on/rubygems/gems/slim/ page. It should parallel the GitHub org page, where we group individuals by whether or not they're on Gittip, linking to Gittip accounts and allowing tips for those who are, and linking to /on/rubygems/profiles/foo/ for those who aren't.

/on/rubygems/profiles/astone/

The second page we need is an empty file at the moment. We need to implement it parallel to /on/twitter/foo/ and /on/github/individual/ pages. Here we need a JSON endpoint over on RG for a single profile, giving RG username [required] and Gittip username [optional].

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The two pages we need on the Gittip side are:

  • /on/rubygems/gems/slim/
  • /on/rubygems/profiles/stone/

/on/rubygems/gems/slim/

The first page we need is roughed in. The API call I'm seeing behind the gems page is:

https://rubygems.org/api/v1/gems/slim/owners.json

This appears to give us email addresses but nothing else. For each owner, we need RG username [required] and Gittip username [optional]. Does that info exist in another RG API? Can we add it to the owners.json endpoint? Once we have that info, we need to finish the /on/rubygems/gems/slim/ page. It should parallel the GitHub org page, where we group individuals by whether or not they're on Gittip, linking to Gittip accounts and allowing tips for those who are, and linking to /on/rubygems/profiles/foo/ for those who aren't.

/on/rubygems/profiles/astone/

The second page we need is an empty file at the moment. We need to implement it parallel to /on/twitter/foo/ and /on/github/individual/ pages. Here we need a JSON endpoint over on RG for a single profile, giving RG username [required] and Gittip username [optional].

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@tehgeekmeister Can you comment on the availability of these json endpoints on the RG side? I'm happy to handle the Gittip side if you can take care of us on the RG side.

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@tehgeekmeister Can you comment on the availability of these json endpoints on the RG side? I'm happy to handle the Gittip side if you can take care of us on the RG side.

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Yes, the first endpoint already exists. That's the only reason that page was working when I pushed it. It has to be tested, of course, against the relevant rubygems branch, because that endpoint doesn't exist in production yet.

Looks like the user API just doesn't exist. I can build that out, though! Shouldn't be hard, it's just a matter of when I get to it. I'll try for as early as tomorrow, but per my new rule, I don't commit to timelines.

Also, I honestly don't feel super motivated to fix any of the presentation stuff, unless no one else would be willing to fix that? I'm happy to get all the data in place and get it displaying on the page, so it's pretty simple work to fix, but stuff that's that far front end just isn't so compelling to me right now.

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Yes, the first endpoint already exists. That's the only reason that page was working when I pushed it. It has to be tested, of course, against the relevant rubygems branch, because that endpoint doesn't exist in production yet.

Looks like the user API just doesn't exist. I can build that out, though! Shouldn't be hard, it's just a matter of when I get to it. I'll try for as early as tomorrow, but per my new rule, I don't commit to timelines.

Also, I honestly don't feel super motivated to fix any of the presentation stuff, unless no one else would be willing to fix that? I'm happy to get all the data in place and get it displaying on the page, so it's pretty simple work to fix, but stuff that's that far front end just isn't so compelling to me right now.

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@tehgeekmeister Awesome. If you handle the RubyGems API side, I'm happy to build out the Gittip front-end.

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@tehgeekmeister Awesome. If you handle the RubyGems API side, I'm happy to build out the Gittip front-end.

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Per IRC convo, here's what we're looking at:

/api/v1/gems/{gem_name}/owners.json

[{ username: "username"                <= guaranteed
 , email: "email"                      <= guaranteed
 , gittip_username: "gittip_username"  <= will be missing (undefined) if the user hasn't set this
  }]


/api/v1/profiles/{username}.json

{ username: "username"                <= guaranteed
, email: "email"                      <= guaranteed
, gittip_username: "gittip_username"  <= will be missing (undefined) if the user hasn't set this
 }

Where gittip_username is only set if the user has opted into gittip integration with rubygems, and the JSON response from the profiles endpoint is only returned if the requested user exists. In both cases, if gem_name/username is unknown, we'll get an HTTP 404 from the endpoint with a json body with some explanatory text.

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Per IRC convo, here's what we're looking at:

/api/v1/gems/{gem_name}/owners.json

[{ username: "username"                <= guaranteed
 , email: "email"                      <= guaranteed
 , gittip_username: "gittip_username"  <= will be missing (undefined) if the user hasn't set this
  }]


/api/v1/profiles/{username}.json

{ username: "username"                <= guaranteed
, email: "email"                      <= guaranteed
, gittip_username: "gittip_username"  <= will be missing (undefined) if the user hasn't set this
 }

Where gittip_username is only set if the user has opted into gittip integration with rubygems, and the JSON response from the profiles endpoint is only returned if the requested user exists. In both cases, if gem_name/username is unknown, we'll get an HTTP 404 from the endpoint with a json body with some explanatory text.

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^== comment partially written by me, so don't blame @whit537 if it's terribly wrong.

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^== comment partially written by me, so don't blame @whit537 if it's terribly wrong.

[ :) —ed.]

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I'm confused; the blog post says that you can change the Gittip username for a gem, but there isn't any such option. Instead, it generates https://www.gittip.com/on/rubygems/gem/[your gem]/ which doesn't appear to work.

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I'm confused; the blog post says that you can change the Gittip username for a gem, but there isn't any such option. Instead, it generates https://www.gittip.com/on/rubygems/gem/[your gem]/ which doesn't appear to work.

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I don't believe there is any such option, and I hope I'd know as I wrote the ruby gems stuff. Maybe it's there and I forgot?


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I don't believe there is any such option, and I hope I'd know as I wrote the ruby gems stuff. Maybe it's there and I forgot?


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the blog post says that you can change the Gittip username for a gem

Does it? I'm not seeing that.

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the blog post says that you can change the Gittip username for a gem

Does it? I'm not seeing that.

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Oh, no, I think there is! It's in the edit page for the gem, iirc.


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Oh, no, I think there is! It's in the edit page for the gem, iirc.


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You can now link to your Gittip account from your RubyGems profile page.

Gittip is a way to give small weekly cash gifts to people you love and are inspired by. You can find more details on the Gittip about page. If you don’t have a Gittip account you can quickly create one by clicking the sign-in button in the top-right corner and logging in through Twitter, Github or Bitbucket. You can also create a Gittip account for an organization.

After you’ve signed in, you can edit your RubyGems profile to include your Gittip username.

PS: Here is the RubyGems.org team account

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You can now link to your Gittip account from your RubyGems profile page.

Gittip is a way to give small weekly cash gifts to people you love and are inspired by. You can find more details on the Gittip about page. If you don’t have a Gittip account you can quickly create one by clicking the sign-in button in the top-right corner and logging in through Twitter, Github or Bitbucket. You can also create a Gittip account for an organization.

After you’ve signed in, you can edit your RubyGems profile to include your Gittip username.

PS: Here is the RubyGems.org team account

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@daxter All I'm seeing reference to there is the profile-level integration. No?

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@daxter All I'm seeing reference to there is the profile-level integration. No?

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My original guess and Chad's reading of the post are right, I just reviewed
the code this is based off of. If the post is unclear, perhaps that should
be addressed, though?

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My original guess and Chad's reading of the post are right, I just reviewed
the code this is based off of. If the post is unclear, perhaps that should
be addressed, though?

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@tehgeekmeister If I'm reading https://github.com/rubygems/rubygems.org/pull/505/files right then we have a vestigial gittip_url on the Rubygem model, but it's not exposed in UI anywhere nor is it a field in the db. Am I reading that right?

@daxter Are you seeing something different?

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@tehgeekmeister If I'm reading https://github.com/rubygems/rubygems.org/pull/505/files right then we have a vestigial gittip_url on the Rubygem model, but it's not exposed in UI anywhere nor is it a field in the db. Am I reading that right?

@daxter Are you seeing something different?

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Right now there's a Gittip link on Rubygems:
screen shot 2013-10-15 at 11 53 17 am
That goes to the URL https://www.gittip.com/on/rubygems/gem/[your gem]/, which results in a 404

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Right now there's a Gittip link on Rubygems:
screen shot 2013-10-15 at 11 53 17 am
That goes to the URL https://www.gittip.com/on/rubygems/gem/[your gem]/, which results in a 404

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Okay, @daxter can you ticket that over at Rubygems? We should drop that link for the time being.

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chadwhitacre commented Oct 15, 2013

Okay, @daxter can you ticket that over at Rubygems? We should drop that link for the time being.

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Might be less work to just fix that on the gittip side. I'd be happy to update my work so it can be merged.


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Might be less work to just fix that on the gittip side. I'd be happy to update my work so it can be merged.


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s/less work/a better use of time/


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s/less work/a better use of time/


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@tehgeekmeister The accounts elsewhere infrastructure is in the middle of a big refactor (#1369), so it's not really an appropriate time to make changes there. I'll see about a PR to RubyGems to disable the link at least.

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@tehgeekmeister The accounts elsewhere infrastructure is in the middle of a big refactor (#1369), so it's not really an appropriate time to make changes there. I'll see about a PR to RubyGems to disable the link at least.

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Alright, I can do that tonight.


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Alright, I can do that tonight.


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Adding /on/rubygems pages reticketed as #1591.

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Adding /on/rubygems pages reticketed as #1591.

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I've made a quick, untested PR: rubygems/rubygems.org#612

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I've made a quick, untested PR: rubygems/rubygems.org#612

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I haven't tested it either (my ruby gems environment hasn't received any love in months), but it looks good to me!


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I haven't tested it either (my ruby gems environment hasn't received any love in months), but it looks good to me!


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