Skip to content

HTTPS clone URL

Subversion checkout URL

You can clone with HTTPS or Subversion.

Download ZIP
A website setup to find people to pair program with!
Ruby JavaScript
branch: master

This branch is 94 commits ahead of tugboat:master

Fetching latest commit…

Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time

Failed to load latest commit information.
app
config
db
doc
lib
log
public
sass
script
test
vendor
.gitignore
.rvmrc
Gemfile
Gemfile.lock
Guardfile
LICENSE
README.md
Rakefile
config.rb
config.ru

README.md

Overview

This is an idea that came up during a break at a daylong session at Lone Star Ruby Conference and I quick registered the domain name. I thought it would be fun to find people who are willing to pair program in your area. So this is this start of such a project. Hopefully I can find others to help me with it and get it going (and keep me on it).

Plan:

  • Page where Developers can login and make a profile, including the following:
    • twitter, linked in profiles, github
    • areas of code you like (tests, views, database, etc)
    • city, state (optional)
    • prefer in-person, online pair programming, or either
    • link to coderwall
  • Comment on profile (talk positively how it was to pair with that person)

Future:

  • Maybe a reward system (stars? rubyies?) that people can award someone who was helpful. Maybe sponsors can offer prizes.

Setting up development environment

  1. Get a Github account and press Fork
  2. Clone your repo git clone git@github.com:username/rubypair.git
  3. Prepare

      cd rubypair
      gem install bundler
      bundle install
      cp config/app_config.yml.example config/app_config.yml
    
  4. Register your app with Github to make authentication work

    • Main URL for development may vary, mine is http://localhost:3000 since I just use Webrick
    • Callback URL is http://localhost:3000/auth/github/callback adjust your accordingly.
    • Update your config/app_config.yml with values supplied from Github's OAUTH app registration
  5. Install MongoDB. We recommend using homebrew
Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.