Tempo rubato is a musical term referring to the expressive shaping of a piece by a slight speeding up and then slowing down of its tempo at the discretion of the musician. It literally translates as stolen time.
Rubato is a tool to help you use your discretion to shape your time. It aims to free you from clock-watching as much as it can! It shows you the negative space between important points in your schedule, leaving you free to build your intervening schedule in whatever way feels best.
index.html if you've built it, and enter a public Google Calendar ID.
To find your Google Calendar ID, look at the
Calendar Address under your calendars
You'll see something like
(Calendar ID: email@example.com). You can click
Change sharing settings to make sure the calendar is public: go there and make sure
Make this calendar public
is checked. That's it!
Once you have entered your calendar ID, that page is bookmarkable. You won't have to enter it every time.
Visit Rubato here and enter an ID, or use
firstname.lastname@example.org to see a demo schedule and get a taste of what Rubato is like.
will even take you straight there.
Here's the same calendar in Google Calendar for comparison.
Run the tests
test/all.test.html and look for green! Here are the tests for the deployment above.
rake -T will show you your options.
rake indexwill copy
index.htmland adjust some paths.
rake tarwill tar up the most useful files for deployment to a server.