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Commits on Feb 11, 2014
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    Failing test for issue #134

    tute authored
Commits on Feb 10, 2014
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Commits on Feb 9, 2014
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    Releasing merit 1.8.0

    tute authored
Commits on Feb 4, 2014
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    Merit module refactor

    tute authored
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    CI fix

    tute authored
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    Mongoid testing (test still red)

    tute authored
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    Removes test/dummy-mongoid

    tute authored
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    Adjustments after merge

    tute authored
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    Merge pull request #123 from mrjlynch/master

    tute authored
    Adding mongoid support
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    Last changes

    mrjlynch authored
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    Finishing up

    mrjlynch authored
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    Cleaning up

    mrjlynch authored
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    Moved activityLog, BadgesSash & Sash to mongoid/merit

    mrjlynch authored
    Also moved common methods between AR and mongoid to a base class
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    adding top_scored method

    mrjlynch authored
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    Adding mongoid support

    mrjlynch authored
Commits on Jan 30, 2014
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    Implements some rubocop suggestions.

    tute authored
    Adds test assertions.
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    Merge pull request #128 from marcinsklodowski/observer-the-real-one

    tute authored
    Added observer to Merit.
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    Uses Ruby Observable module.

    marcinsklodowski authored
    This will allow client applications to define their own observers.
    
    Next steps:
    * Define Merit accessor for the observable (`Judge`).Something like:
      `Merit.observable.add_observer MyAppsObserver`
    * Define best API for clients' Observers.
    * Add an App observer to `test/dummy/` Rails app.
    
    Pairing with @marcinsklodowski
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    Uses Ruby Observable module.

    marcinsklodowski authored
    This will allow client applications to define their own observers.
    
    Next steps:
    * Define Merit accessor for the observable (`Judge`).Something like:
      `Merit.observable.add_observer MyAppsObserver`
    * Define best API for clients' Observers.
    * Add an App observer to `test/dummy/` Rails app.
    
    Pairing with @marcinsklodowski
  6. @marcinsklodowski

    Added observer to Merit.

    marcinsklodowski authored
    By default LogReputationChange is added to Merit.observers
    
    Also Merit.observers is just an array, so user can add Observer likt that:
    Merit.observers << CustomObserverClass
    
    judge object gets observers from Merit.observers on initialization and notifies observer objects if changed.
  7. @tute

    Uses Ruby Observable module.

    tute authored
    This will allow client applications to define their own observers.
    
    Next steps:
    * Define Merit accessor for the observable (`Judge`).Something like:
      `Merit.observable.add_observer MyAppsObserver`
    * Define best API for clients' Observers.
    * Add an App observer to `test/dummy/` Rails app.
    
    Pairing with @marcinsklodowski
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    Merge pull request #133 from mauriciopasquier/protected-attributes-ra…

    tute authored
    …ils-4
    
    Check for gem combinations
Commits on Jan 21, 2014
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Commits on Jan 19, 2014
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Commits on Jan 18, 2014
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    Silence test warning

    tute authored
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    Merge pull request #124 from billychan/replace-class-variables

    tute authored
    Thread safe instance variable for setting
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Commits on Jan 13, 2014
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    Better README.

    tute authored
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    Fix dummy app schema.rb file

    tute authored
Commits on Jan 6, 2014
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    README adjustments

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