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README

========
 README
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Sandstorm
=========

This Sandstorm app uses docker to build it's package.

* You must have docker v1.1+ installed.
* First run `docker build -t mediagoblin .` to build the docker image
* Then you will need to run the image with `docker run -p 6543:6543 --dns='127.0.0.1' -i -t mediagoblin /sbin/my_init -- /bin/bash`
* Exit this image after it has booted up and run the app successfully. Then run `./export_docker.sh` from this directory to export the last run docker container into a folder named `dockerenv`.
* Once this is done, `spk dev` and `spk pack` should now work like normal

What is GNU MediaGoblin?
========================

* A place to store all your different media (photos, videos, audios,
  and more!) that’s as awesome as, if not more awesome than, existing
  network services (Flickr, YouTube, etc)
* Customizable!
* A place for people to collaborate and show off original and derived
  creations.  Free, as in freedom.  We’re a GNU project after all.
* Extensible: Plugins allow you to add new media types (3d models?
  Presentations and documents?  Yes, and more!) or extend old ones.
* A real community, and we'd love to have you join us!


Is it ready for me to use?
==========================

Yes!


Can I help/hang out/participate/whisper sweet nothings in your ear?
===================================================================

Yes!  Please join us and hang out!  For more information on where we
hang out, see `our Join page <http://mediagoblin.org/join/>`_


Where is the documentation?
===========================

The beginnings of a site administration manual is located in the ``docs/``
directory in HTML, Texinfo, and source (Restructured Text) forms.  It's
also available online at http://docs.mediagoblin.org/ in HTML form.

Contributor/developer documentation as well as documentation on the
project processes and infrastructure is located on
`the wiki <http://wiki.mediagoblin.org/>`_.