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== Welcome to BaseApp BaseApp is a default Ruby on Rails project which by default includes the following: * A layout, including: - tabs - global links - optional sidebar - notice, warning and error flash messages - a very agreeable stylesheet (which is easy to customize) * Default dashboard page * Administration panel where you can: - Manage users (add, delete, purge, suspend, activate, send new passwords) - Manage settings * User authentication, with: - login form at /login - signup form at /signup - password and login recovery - activation * User Profiles: - Location, Website, Full name fields by default, easily extendible. - Gravatars * Plugins: - restful_authentication - acts_as_state_machine * Frozen Rails 2.1.1 == Getting started There are several things you'll need to do before you can really get started. Run the following rake command: rake notes:todo This will generate a list of TODO entries throughout the project. Check the TODO entries in the code for more information. Note: Todo's tagged with (BaseApp) are for the BaseApp project itself. You can safely ignore these. == Contribute! There are still some things I want in BaseApp, but which haven't gotten around to implementing yet. NOTE: Also run 'rake notes:todo'. Todo's tagged with (BaseApp) are also wanted features * TESTS!!! * Manage roles / permissions * OpenID signup/login * Configuration (e.g. from config/app.yml) (use activation? enable OpenID? etc.) * Use Gibberish, Globalize or Rails 2.2's i18n and make the whole app available in English and Dutch by default * A website, documentation, bug/patch tracker Feel free to implement any of these features and send in a patch. Other features are welcome also, but those will be judged on general usability. == Credit BaseAPP is developed by Ariejan de Vroom and released to the public under the MIT license.