The website for PyBay - the Bay Area Python Conference.
To work on this you'll need Python 3.6. Then:
Fork the repo to your own personal github.
- also clone the symposion repository, take note of the path to symposion/
Clone the repo to your local environment; Try:
$ python3.6 -m pip install --user pipenv $ git clone email@example.com:pybay/symposion $ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:YOURUSERNAME/pybay $ cd pybay
Install all required packages in a local virtual environment with
pipenv install. Try:
$ python3.6 -m pipenv installOR try:
$ python3.6 -m pipenv install --devOR:
$ pipenv install
Enter the environment shell and start the management server:
$ pipenv shell
$ python3.6 -m pipenv shell (ENV)$ python ./manage.py migrate (ENV)$ python ./manage.py loaddata fixtures/* # doesn't work on Windows, see "Windows instructions" below (ENV)$ python ./manage.py runserver
The default admin user is test and password is test
You may need to update your copy of symposion from time to time.
For some reason, running
manage.py loaddata fixtures/* gives a
No fixture named '*' found error on Windows. You'll have to load each fixture file individually:
(ENV)$ python manage.py loaddata fixtures/auth.json (ENV)$ python manage.py loaddata fixtures/conference.json (ENV)$ python manage.py loaddata fixtures/proposal_base.json (ENV)$ python manage.py loaddata fixtures/sites.json (ENV)$ python manage.py loaddata fixtures/sponsor_benefits.json (ENV)$ python manage.py loaddata fixtures/sponsor_levels.json
(You can ignore the "invalid foreign keys" warnings you get. The foreign keys will become valid once you've loaded all the fixture files.)
Deploying to pybay requires:
- your public key on the pybay server (contact admin)
2.1 you can create a keypair with: $ ssh-keygen -t rsa
2.2 after an admin adds your public key to the server, you should be able to ssh in:
$ ssh -i <path to your pub key> email@example.com
- your code on pybay's github (contact admin)
3.1 use master branch for official site
3.2 use stanging branch for staging.pybay.com
$ git push origin master
$ git push origin <your_branch>:staging
Install fabric. Then use the
fab command to run the deploy
task. You'll need your public key password for this.
$ pip install fabric3 $ fab deploy:staging [pyconsf.com] Executing task 'deploy' Start with a git checkout. [pyconsf.com] Passphrase for private key: ... much output... Successfully completed
By default the deploy task deploys to staging.pyconsf.com using pybay's staging branch. To deploy master branch to production (same server but virtualhost pyconsf.com) run it with the prod target as an argument.
$ fab deploy:prod [pyconsf.com] Executing task 'deploy' ... much output... Successfully completed