Smile for the camera!
Take pictures with all your friends in the Ruby community and post them to twitter with the #RubyFriends hashtag. We'll display them on our ongoing list of happy meetings in the Ruby world.
Check out all our wonderful #RubyFriends.
Setup development environment
bundle install bundle exec rake bootstrap
# edit config/application.yml (not version-controlled) # 1) change the SECRET_TOKEN bundle exec rake secret # 2) add twitter credentials # see https://github.com/sferik/t for getting your twitter credentials # at http://dev.twitter.com/apps # optionally configure whether to retweet # or whether to restrict to tweets with media, only
- Test everything is set up correctly by running
bundle exec rake db:migrate db:test:prepare spec bundle exec rake refresh_tweets bundle exec foreman start
- Create your feature branch
git checkout -b my-new-feature
- Commit your changes
git commit -am 'Added some feature'
- Run the specs
bundle exec rake spec
- Push to the branch
git push origin my-new-feature
heroku addons:add newrelic:standard # if not using aws s3 for image hosting heroku addons:add cloudinary:starter # edit application.yml # file_storage: cloudinary # else file_storage: s3 and set s3 keys heroku addons:add memcachier:dev # memcached # the Gemfile should automatically require # the 'cloudinary' gem # if the service is configured bundle exec rake figaro:heroku # if not using a worker heroku addons:add scheduler:standard heroku addons:open scheduler # schedule every 10 minutes # bundle exec rake refresh_tweets git push heroku master heroku run rake db:migrate heroku logs # check that it's working heroku run rake refresh_tweets
- Original FridayHug code/idea by Kristopher Murata
- RubyFriends idea by Josh Susser
- Initial implementation by Erik Trom
- Maintained by Erik Trom and Justin Campbell