This project was built from Mozilla's Hackasaurus, which you can find by looking at the forks.
If you are only interested in hosting an instance of NewsJack then you only need the contents of the static-files directory.
1) Plop those into a web server that runs PHP 2) cd to the directory you set up 3) cp config.default.php 4) vi config.default.php 5) php install.php
And with that you should be all set. Send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in helping to code then for now you have to do some inspection on your own / ask me questions. We'll have a better community set up eventually.
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