Skip to content

HTTPS clone URL

Subversion checkout URL

You can clone with HTTPS or Subversion.

Download ZIP
Fork of Boxroom by Mischa Berger (et al) - http://boxroom.rubyforge.org
Ruby JavaScript
branch: master

Fetching latest commit…

Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time

Failed to load latest commit information.
app paperclip processors now have a handler function which checks the att…
config
db
doc initial import from http://boxroom.rubyforge.org
lib paperclip processors now have a handler function which checks the att…
public
script moving from gems to plugins - some of these need to be available in t…
vendor/plugins moving ferret back to gem
.gems
.gitignore tweaking config setup
CHANGELOG initial import from http://boxroom.rubyforge.org
MIT.txt initial import from http://boxroom.rubyforge.org
README.markdown updating some documentation
Rakefile switching postgres to texticle

README.markdown

Boxroom

Boxroom is an open source project that aims to develop a web application for sharing and managing files online. The goal is to let a group of people share their files with eachother. To make this possible the application lets users create folders and upload and download files in a web browser. Furthermore for administrators it will be possible to create users, user groups and the CRU/D rights these groups will have on folders.

Thank you for trying Boxroom!

Installation instructions

About kerinin's fork

I wanted to use boxroom on Heroku, which presented two major challenges: Heroku uses a read-only filesystem and doesn't support ferret.

This fork uses the excellent Paperclip library to handle file storage, allowing S3 to be used as a backend. Using paperclip also makes defining image thumbnails and previews trivial.

Full-text search has been made more modular; you can now use either Ferret or PostgreSQL's full-text indexing for search (and implementing other libraries such as Solr would be pretty easy).

Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.