This is the source for a web application to organize closed, not publicly groups, secured with a basic authentication. Following features are available:
- create a not publicly group and manage group data,
- register as new user and create a profile,
- invite new, more group members,
- list group members,
- make repeating events,
- accept or deny participation of a event,
- use event specific mail lists for accepter, refuser, sleeper,
- create comments based on a single event,
- see upcomming birthdays of fellows,
- manage data within a simple backoffice interface.
Originally I started this project for my private sports group as a standalone version. But meanwhile there is also a multitenant software as a service version, which currently is in private beta. If you want to participate ping me for an invitation.
Development was mainly test-driven done with RSpec and Factory Girl. I also wrote a few user stories or more accurate feature specs to exercise slices of functionality through the entire application, which requires Capybara to drive the application via its external interface the web pages.
Fork and Clone
There are just a couple of steps to get your private team organisation alive. Fork this repo at GitHub and than
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:YOUR-USERNAME/teamorga.git $ bundle install --without production $ rake db:migrate
Check the specs in the console by
$ rake db:test:prepare $ guard
You don't need to setup a fake group with users, to see what it feels like. Just seed the exisiting data
$ rake db:drop $ rake db:migrate $ rake db:seed
or as one-liner
$ rake db:drop db:migrate db:seed, which is much faster!
Than we use foreman to start all processes via a 'Procfile' instead doing
$ rails server:
$ foreman start
Access the application via http://localhost:5000.
Reach the console via
$ foreman run rails console or
$ rails console.
Staging / Production
For example deploy at heroku
$ git init $ git add . $ git commit -m "init new team organisation" $ heroku create $ git push heroku master $ heroku run rake db:migrate
If erverything runs fine, heroku launches your application and "informs" you about the live url.
The application comes with a basic admin interface to manage model data (CRUD):
In order to access the administration stuff, you need to be a registered user with the "admin role". The first admin needs to be created manual within the console
$ heroku run rails console u = User.where(name: 'Fritz').first u.update_attributes(admin: true) u.save
or via seeding data as described above!
Bugs and feature requests can be filed via GitHub's Issue
Pull-request are welcome:
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch:
$ git checkout -b my-new-feature-branch
- Commit your changes
$ git commit -a -m 'add some awesome feature'
- Push to the branch
$ git push origin my-new-feature-branch
- Create a new pull request
TEAM ORGA may be redistributed under the terms specified in the LICENSE file.