I forgot to mention this: I'm doing what I can to drop dataset. It's a test dependency that seemingly noone else uses and I have no desire to maintain it myself.
On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 9:46 PM, Jim Gay <j...@saturnflyer.com> wrote: > Yeah. I gave up because I'm just trying to get things to a working state. > > I jumped the gun on pulling it in, but here's what I'm up to (I've > been meaning to write this out for a while now): > > I've created a shell engine where I'm just moving code over from the > radiant repo to get tests to pass. > Adding ancestry was something I hadn't looked at yet and had some > failing specs, so I just backed it out to handle later. > This exercise has shown me just how tightly coupled our code and tests > are but I'm not planning to refactor. I just want to get things > working as an engine and move from there. > > I'd like to be able to remove users and layouts and only have the > minimum needed to manage pages from an existing app. So if you already > have your own users, Radiant would just require that you hook into it > to make the association. > Likewise, layouts could be something different entirely and I'm > working with some ideas with this code > https://github.com/dissolved/radiant-file-system-resources-extension > > Things have been slow and I was trying to think of the best way to > open the code up to the community. We can fork my repo to the radiant > organization and manage things there. > I started with new code just so I could have a clean slate. > > Advice and contributions are welcome, but what do you think we ought > to do with this project on github? Should I make a clean branch having > no history in radiant/radiant? Or should I fork it and create > radiant/radiant-refactor? > > On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 7:12 PM, Benny Degezelle > <be...@gorilla-webdesign.be> wrote: >> hey Jim, >> >> Nice to hear that! I found radiant-refactor in your githubz, and notice that >> you gave up on has_ancestry pretty early, may I ask why? >> I think I can spend some time on radiant in the coming weeks, any pointers? >> >> Regards, >> Benny >> >> Op woensdag 18 april 2012 21:41:34 UTC+2 schreef Jim Gay het volgende: >>> >>> Hey everybody, >>> >>> Radiant development has been quiet, but it's still under development. >>> >>> I'm currently on a project using Radiant and planned to do a lot of >>> development to move it forward. Unfortunately the project I've >>> inherited had a lot of serious problems that need some major surgery. >>> This has kept me from pushing code for Radiant. >>> I've been doing some work to get to a place where we can move to Rails 3 >>> faster. >>> Tonight I'll be hacking with others at Arlington Ruby >>> (http://arlingtonruby.org) and will be working with people interested. >>> I've shared ideas about CMS with Patrick Peak of BrowserCMS and he'll >>> be there helping me move things along. >>> >>> My current plan is to make a new clean project and pull things into >>> the engine to eventually feedback to Radiant proper. I'll update the >>> mailing list with details soon. >>> >>> -Jim >>> >>> -- >>> Write intention revealing code #=> http://www.clean-ruby.com >>> >>> Jim Gay >>> Saturn Flyer LLC >>> 571-403-0338 > > > > -- > Write intention revealing code #=> http://www.clean-ruby.com > > Jim Gay > Saturn Flyer LLC > 571-403-0338 -- Write intention revealing code #=> http://www.clean-ruby.com Jim Gay Saturn Flyer LLC 571-403-0338