Re: The D-word

2009-06-11 Thread Cornelius Jaeger
hiya chiming in a little late. but i think many people would be attracted to a basic cms, as often as it's been done. possibly without all the role and permissions fuss but a basic page hierarchy and editable pages so people can make their scrap books, photo albums and so on. make it very

The D-word

2009-06-09 Thread Magnus Holm
Oh, yes. Let's (once again) try to clean the documentation up a bit :-) I have no facts behind me, but I assume there would be two kinds of people who would like to browse camping.rubyforge.org: 1. Beginners who want to know what it's all about, how to get started and how to get help. 2. Campers

Re: The D-word

2009-06-09 Thread Dave Everitt
I'm quite good at clear an understandable English (and editing the work of others) so would be glad to help make the documentation as usable as possible. I reckon we need two starting examples somewhere (a download link in the README?): 1. 'It worked - you are now Camping!' (without a

Re: The D-word

2009-06-09 Thread Magnus Holm
Oh, that would be very nice! Right now there is an example at camping.rubyforge.org showing a blog skeleton (with controllers, models and views). It might be better to rather have a tiny, fully functional one (to get the feel of Camping), and a link to blog.rb (which should be simplified even