Re: camping/test - Lightweight Mosquito-replacement for 2.0

2008-11-24 Thread Jenna Fox
I personally don't mind at all how much stuff you stick in camping as long as camping.rb doesn't require it. Stuff like the sessions are really nice because you only load them if you need them, which is important given my cgi environment. On 23/11/2008, at 8:52 AM, Magnus Holm wrote:

Re: H with indifferent access

2009-01-24 Thread Jenna Fox
Yes, I want my method access too!.. Perhaps it'd be extra worthy of the '2.0' if you also did something akin to: def [](k);super(k.to_s);end def []=(k,v);super(k.to_s,v);end it's some bytes, but I think it's worth it! What ever happened to Mash? On 25/01/2009, at 1:50 AM, Aria Stewart

Re: H with indifferent access

2009-01-24 Thread Jenna Fox
was just an experiement; I don't want to add another dependency on Camping. //Magnus Holm On Sat, Jan 24, 2009 at 21:12, Jenna Fox bluebe...@creativepony.com wrote: Yes, I want my method access too!.. Perhaps it'd be extra worthy of the '2.0' if you also did something akin to: def [](k

Re: images in db

2009-02-02 Thread Jenna Fox
Make a controller with a get method to retrieve the image, then, have some code like this in it, supposing image_data is a string or something: headers['Content-Type'] = 'image/png' headers['Content-Length'] = image_data.length.to_s return image_data On 03/02/2009, at 10:58 AM, Cornelius

Re: images in db

2009-02-02 Thread Jenna Fox
Mmm, indeededly, though data: uri's don't work at all in internet explorer, quite the bummer if you care :) On 03/02/2009, at 12:15 PM, Roland Crosby wrote: Well, you could sorta do img(:src = file_data), using the data: URI scheme. def data_uri(file_data, mime_type=image/png)

Re: images in db

2009-02-05 Thread Jenna Fox
inline in the html, rather than downloading it to the user? I'm not at all sure how to use markaby to stream the image data into something the img tag will understand. Many Thanks for helping Cornelius On 03.02.2009, at 01:58, Jenna Fox wrote: Make a controller with a get method

Re: Release?

2009-02-11 Thread Jenna Fox
Yay little wheels! Okay, first task! Whatever Magnus has right now, lets call it 2.0 and release it everywhere! We can bugfix later if we have to. :) On 12/02/2009, at 1:35 PM, _why wrote: On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 08:11:46PM +0100, Magnus Holm wrote: Hm... I've always thought 1.5 ==

Re: hi! plz teach me! about file upload

2009-04-01 Thread Jenna Fox
In the current version of Camping, we use Rack. Rack has a slightly different upload system. To read the contents of an uploaded file, where the upload was done using input type=file name=upload you must now do: input.upload[:tempfile].read This also applies to file uploads done

Re: How can I know the current web page address?

2009-07-05 Thread Jenna Fox
You can get it in Camping 1.9.x by doing @request.url – it gives you a String. If you want a URI object do URI.parse(@request.url) and then you can change the components easier than using a String#gsub. :) If you're using camping 1.5, you probably have to scavenge the various parts of the

Re: What now?

2009-10-18 Thread Jenna Fox
I also like whywentcamping.com :) As for a sign, do not fret, for he is at a better place now, where there are plentiful tasty chickpea burgers, and friends and family. He just needed to not be _why for a while. We don't know how long, or for what reason, but he is certainly fine. :)

Re: What now?

2009-10-18 Thread Jenna Fox
There is the option of whywentcaping.ru, though it is at a cost of $29.99 US. I don't know, I really like those sorts of domains that use the [cc]TLD as a part of the name, though sadly, http:// whywentcampi.ng/ seems to already be taken (though unused... and.. nigerian..). I like .net

Re: What now?

2009-10-19 Thread Jenna Fox
Yeah, and besides, camping is not a business, it is an open source project of much niftiness. We do not need SEO, it does in fact not especially effect us how many people use our framework, except that we have this wonderful tight knit little community at the moment which would be utterly

Re: What now?

2009-10-19 Thread Jenna Fox
Excellent news with the domain. :) I don't understand why we should care about search positioning. The site exists to give us users information. How do these sorts of frameworks gain popularity? word of mouth. Our website doesn't need to sell anything because more users is simply a burden

Re: What now?

2009-10-20 Thread Jenna Fox
I really doubt we need something of that scale. A shared hosting account with passenger support would be fine and dandy for now. On 21/10/2009, at 8:08 AM, Dave Everitt wrote: My partnership has VPS Dallas (Ubuntu) and London (Debian) servers from Rimuhosting. We're about to replace the

Re: Using #rubycamping in Twitter posts

2009-11-01 Thread Jenna Fox
I thought we settled on whywentcamping? On 02/11/2009, at 8:23 AM, Philippe Monnet wrote: To align with the idea of a rubycamping.com site I am now using the #rubycamping in my tweets! ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org

Re: Wiki vs homepage

2010-07-13 Thread Jenna Fox
new stuff too. To keep the spirit of it all alive? — Jenna Fox http://creativepony.com On 09/07/2010, at 5:55 AM, Magnus Holm wrote: Hey guys, Philippe had some interesting points about the website: 1. Keep the home page simple with all content fitting within 1280 x 1024 2. Use a catchy

Re: Wiki vs homepage

2010-07-13 Thread Jenna Fox
? Hosts like Dreamhost seem to already be making use of Passenger to dynamically allocate ruby processes to apps, so they can be booted up when requested and shut down after they idle for a minute. :) — Jenna Fox http://creativepony.com/ ___ Camping-list

Re: API documentation good enough?

2010-07-14 Thread Jenna Fox
Or maybe a beginners comic, along the lines of the poignant guide? On 09/07/2010, at 5:59 AM, Magnus Holm wrote: As you might know, I'm not using Camping on a regular basis, so I'm just wondering if the API documentation (http://camping.rubyforge.org/api.html) is good enough? If not, is

Re: Wiki vs homepage

2010-07-19 Thread Jenna Fox
like Heroku to facilitate this. Is this crazy? Any other ideas? -Philippe On 7/13/2010 8:49 PM, Jenna Fox wrote: Another passing thought: It'd be very much in the spirit of freeform fun little hacks if the camping website included a section of user created apps. They would need

Re: Camping on StackOverflow

2010-07-25 Thread Jenna Fox
Speaking of the mailing list: rubyforge sucks! Couldn't we have something nice, like librelist? Those hackety hack guys with their fancy mailing list put ours to shame. _why is still the admin contact of this list. :| On 26/07/2010, at 12:18 AM, Dave Everitt wrote: There aren't enough

Re: Need input on proposed tweaks to www.ruby-camping.com

2010-08-13 Thread Jenna Fox
My suggestion is that it not exist. Magnus already made a brilliant camping website at http://whywentcamping.judofyr.net/ It has content, but no drawings of tents. However I think we can have both in the same website. Could make an issue about it on the github issue tracker if you like. I

Re: Need input on proposed tweaks to www.ruby-camping.com

2010-08-13 Thread Jenna Fox
I've yet to hear any compelling reason why that should be a separate 'site' on it's own domain name, over and away from everything else, rather than just a refresh of the existing camping homepage. You make some good points. We could write the homepage better. It's very dry at the moment. I'm

Re: Need input on proposed tweaks to www.ruby-camping.com

2010-08-18 Thread Jenna Fox
Okay. My web design is ready for prime time! You can see it up now at http://whitebook.mooo.com/ and http://campingrb.tumblr.com/ - keep in mind it's running off a home computer (called whitebook), so please don't send much traffic towards it. I've forked whywentcamping.com from the camping

Re: Need input on proposed tweaks to www.ruby-camping.com

2010-08-19 Thread Jenna Fox
On 19/08/2010, at 9:40 PM, Bartosz Dziewoński wrote: Jenna, on whitebook.mooo.com there are links pointing to localhost:4331. Not right now? I can find no mention of this localhost:4331. I guess you caught my dev server while I was playing around and forgot to set the hostname right. It

Re: Need input on proposed tweaks to www.ruby-camping.com

2010-08-21 Thread Jenna Fox
Bartosz Dziewoński wrote: Windows XP, Opera 10.61 (newest stable), 1024x768. It looks similar in Firefox 3.6 (http://imgur.com/atSts.png). Yeah. It's an artefact of Microsoft's plainly terrible type engine. I'm not sure how to fix it or even if it's possible to fix it, short of manually

Wiki Writing Requests!

2010-08-21 Thread Jenna Fox
Heya! So I'm trying to get this new website all tied up in a nice little bunch. I'm a bit silly when it comes to git-fu though. Could one of you create a page on the camping/camping wiki called 'Contributing', and put stuff in it which tells people how to do that? Use Markdown or Textile.

Re: What is the process for publishing to campingrb.tumblr.com?

2010-08-22 Thread Jenna Fox
Create an account on tumblr.com, then visit http://campingrb.tumblr.com/submit and submit your post in to the log's publishing queue. One of the log's members will then check and approve it. People who contribute a couple of good posts will likely be given membership in the blog, letting you

Re: What is the process for publishing to campingrb.tumblr.com?

2010-08-22 Thread Jenna Fox
, Jenna Fox wrote: Create an account on tumblr.com, then visit http://campingrb.tumblr.com/submit and submit your post in to the log's publishing queue. One of the log's members will then check and approve it. People who contribute a couple of good posts will likely be given membership

Re: What is the process for publishing to campingrb.tumblr.com?

2010-08-22 Thread Jenna Fox
esque framevork from scratch or point me in the right direction? help me creative pony, PM you're my only hope. On Sun, Aug 22, 2010 at 6:18 PM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com wrote: All invited now. On 23/08/2010, at 9:43 AM, Philippe Monnet wrote: It would be great if you could

Re: What is the process for publishing to campingrb.tumblr.com?

2010-08-23 Thread Jenna Fox
a camping calendar, map, star guide. I could formalize if you'd like. I'd really like to know how to do it from scratch so my feature requests fit into the plan. Help a brother out, would ya. Bash script with ruby core files? On Sun, Aug 22, 2010 at 8:39 PM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com

Re: Wiki Writing Requests!

2010-08-23 Thread Jenna Fox
Wonderful! I've ported over The Camping Book as well. Is there anything else we need sorted quickly? I'm not sure what to do about the 'reference' rdoc thingo. It seems kind of difficult to navigate to me - camping is one of the few projects I frequently read the source code of instead of web

Philosophy

2010-08-23 Thread Jenna Fox
The camping website (new one) includes a link to a not-existant wiki page called 'Philosophy', which was inherited from Judofyr's version. I keep meaning to create this article, but I'm increasingly wondering... What do we all feel is Camping's philosophy? My take: Camping is all about hacking

Re: Philosophy

2010-08-23 Thread Jenna Fox
On 23/08/2010, at 8:17 PM, Dave Everitt wrote: 1. doesn't give you cognitive overload and file bloat, Yeah! I love the one file thing. :) 2. encourages experimentation with a low entry threshold, Did you find the extremely high level of fun interesting obscure ruby hacks to be offputting at

Re: Philosophy

2010-08-23 Thread Jenna Fox
http://github.com/camping/camping/wiki/Philosophy Whatcha guys think? — Jenna ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list

Re: Philosophy

2010-08-23 Thread Jenna Fox
Does anyone still around retain administrator controls over this mailing list? On 24/08/2010, at 3:07 PM, Angel Robert Marquez wrote: Is ruby like emo? -the littlest stooge On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 9:26 PM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com wrote: http://github.com/camping/camping/wiki

Re: Philosophy

2010-08-24 Thread Jenna Fox
of what you could use it for (e.g. the fun/play/learn sandbox idea) Philippe (@techarch) PS -I have deployed apps on Heroku and will help with the deployment section of the book � On 8/23/2010 3:05 AM, Jenna Fox wrote: The camping website (new one) includes a link to a not-existant

Re: Oh, whywentcamping.com!

2010-08-24 Thread Jenna Fox
), and somehow tag them as Ruby for whywentcamping.com We should probably update the RDoc template at camping.rubyforge.org, but I'm also open for re-thinking the reference section all-together. Is it really useful in its current form? // Magnus Holm On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 15:31, Jenna Fox

Re: Couldn't load the feed. oh well.

2010-12-08 Thread Jenna Fox
Yeah, I noticed that today too. Thanks for the heads up. Will get it sorted soon. — Jenna / @Bluebie On 09/12/2010, at 3:39 PM, Steve Klabnik st...@steveklabnik.com wrote: Hey Campers- Just a small note, I went to http://whywentcamping.com/ today, and it's saying *Latest news: **Couldn't load

Re: Couldn't load the feed. oh well.

2010-12-08 Thread Jenna Fox
Seems to be working now, so I'm just going to wave my hand and declare it to all be to do with tumblr's recent downtime problems, somehow. :S — Jenna / @Bluebie On Thursday, 9 December 2010 at 3:27 PM, Steve Klabnik wrote: Hey Campers- Just a small note, I went to

Re: [ANN] ABingo (A/B Testing framework) plugin for Camping

2010-12-15 Thread Jenna Fox
Hey you know it would be totally awesome if you did some posts on the camping blog at http://log.whywentcamping.com/submit about this neat stuff so we can mutually bask in whatever minor exposure that might bring. :) Give me a poke if you submit something through that so I can hit publish on

Re: ABingo (A/B Testing framework) plugin for Camping

2011-01-24 Thread Jenna Fox
O_O — Jenna / @Bluebie On Tuesday, 25 January 2011 at 12:21 AM, Dave Everitt wrote: Hi Jenna - just checking email backlog, was going to pop something up on Phillippe's behalf, but Rack is down on whywentcamping.com :-( - Dave Everitt Hey you know it would be totally awesome if you

Re: ABingo (A/B Testing framework) plugin for Camping

2011-01-24 Thread Jenna Fox
Okay fixed. For now. *curses at shared hosting provider changing stuff!* — Jenna / @Bluebie On Tuesday, 25 January 2011 at 9:07 AM, Jenna Fox wrote: O_O — Jenna / @Bluebie On Tuesday, 25 January 2011 at 12:21 AM, Dave Everitt wrote: Hi Jenna - just checking email backlog

Re: Did not know you could provide a list of urls in a controller route declaration

2011-02-09 Thread Jenna Fox
Good for maintaining legacy URLs. :) —Jenna / @Bluebie On Thursday, 10 February 2011 at 11:51 AM, Tony Miller wrote: On Fri, Feb 04, 2011 at 05:37:55PM -0700, Philippe Monnet wrote: class Welcome R '/welcome', '/WelcomeEveryone' end What does this mean, that '/welcome' and

Re: controller for all javascript files?

2011-02-09 Thread Jenna Fox
class LoadScript R '/(.*).js' def get(script) @headers['Content-Type'] = 'text/javascript; charset=utf-8' return File.read(my scripts/#{script}.js); end end Keep in mind the R constructor takes a regexp, and passes the bracketed sections as arguments to the get, post, put, etc... methods on the

Re: controller for all javascript files?

2011-02-09 Thread Jenna Fox
Glad I could help. :) —Jenna / @Bluebie On Thursday, 10 February 2011 at 2:53 PM, Tony Miller wrote: Thanks Jenna, this works great! I think I understand how the R constructor works a little more now... On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 5:23 PM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com wrote: class

Re: Advice on strategy for maintaining state in Camping

2011-08-25 Thread Jenna Fox
Hold up guys. This is a little web app for just you to use? not multiple users? Depending on how you deploy camping you can just stick some stuff in some class variables if you just need them in one controller, or even global variables if you want them in many places. Then all you'd need to do

Re: Feature: Simple controllers?

2011-08-25 Thread Jenna Fox
I vote revert. This is just sinatra - I feel it's important camping maintains the cleanliness and clarity of functionality given to us by using simple classes. It's something we have which AFAIK no other ruby web framework does - you know exactly how it works, because it's just a class. On

Re: Advice on strategy for maintaining state in Camping

2011-08-27 Thread Jenna Fox
There are a few places you could stash one. If you have some class somewhere, say, MyThinger, you could declare a little accessor like this: class MyThinger class self attr_accessor :things end end Then you would be able to write MyThinger.things and use it

Re: Help with Controllers

2011-08-29 Thread Jenna Fox
That's great that you're learning a new language. I really hope you have tons of fun and make a whole lot of neat stuff. Keep us posted, kay? On forms: The :action property is optional - if you omit it, it'll submit the form to the same URL you're currently on in your web browser. You use R()

Re: A question about the ecosystem.

2011-08-30 Thread Jenna Fox
Hi Tim! Camping is a great choice. It's really lean, and quite robust and well performing. So far as rails plugins go - the default choice of database adaptors for Camping is ActiveRecord - so most ActiveRecord-related rails plugins will work. Camping doesn't have things like rail's form

Teaching

2011-08-30 Thread Jenna Fox
Who here loves teaching? I love teaching. I think there's nothing more fun than finding someone brand new to programming, and helping them out of the cockpit of freenode and dancing about, swinging around trees and giggling gleefully while downing endless bottles of cider and.. wait.. I think

Re: Teaching

2011-08-31 Thread Jenna Fox
Everyday is WhyDay. You should know this! :D I'll email you directly with infos later. — Jenna On 31/08/2011, at 9:38 PM, Dave Everitt wrote: I think there's nothing more fun than finding noobs and teaching them how to make awesome hacks! I know some of you guys think like I do, and I want

Re: Teaching

2011-08-31 Thread Jenna Fox
Would you like to write some content for it Waffles? The version at http://whywentcamping.com/The-Camping-Book is a wiki - you can edit it by clicking the pencil, though you need a github account as it's a mirror of the camping/camping github wiki On 01/09/2011, at 9:21 AM, Anonymous Waffles

Re: Teaching

2011-09-01 Thread Jenna Fox
. -Waffles On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 6:11 PM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com wrote: Would you like to write some content for it Waffles? The version at http://whywentcamping.com/The-Camping-Book is a wiki - you can edit it by clicking the pencil, though you need a github account as it's a mirror

Re: Maintenance release of 2.1

2011-10-03 Thread Jenna Fox
for quickly prototyping ideas, and teaching beginners the concepts of the web. — Jenna On 03/10/2011, at 8:47 PM, Magnus Holm wrote: On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 14:26, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com wrote: I wouldn't bother with reducing the revision number. If anything having weirdly high ones

Re: Maintenance release of 2.1

2011-10-03 Thread Jenna Fox
. The only good things in there are either styled pretty much the same way by default (like, say, headers), or require a line of code (@basefont, layouts). -- Matma Rex 2011/10/3 Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com: Meanwhile, have you guys seen http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/ ? It looks pretty

Simplest easiest rss feeds?

2011-10-04 Thread Jenna Fox
I'm looking to make rss feeds of some of my controller data - what's the simplest way to render some? Is there some way I can feed a json-like arrays of hashes type of structure in to some gem and get out an xml feed? Would it be more of a builder sort of operation? — Jenna

Helpers and R() routes

2011-10-04 Thread Jenna Fox
It'd be cool if in the next version of camping, you could use R(ControllerName, *args) inside of helper methods, rather than having to go all out with R(MyApp::Controllers::ControllerName, *args) — Jenna ___ Camping-list mailing list

Re: Simplest easiest rss feeds?

2011-10-04 Thread Jenna Fox
So there is! Thanks Steve! — Jenna On 05/10/2011, at 12:48 PM, Steve Klabnik wrote: There's an RSS generator in the standard library. ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list

Re: run my Camping app as a Rack app

2011-10-09 Thread Jenna Fox
It looks as if your application is getting a FastCGI request without the 'PATH_INFO' environment variable. I'm not too sure what to make of that. Can you try a rackup which runs this app? require 'rack' require 'pp' App = lambda do |env| body = '' PP.pp env, body [200,

Re: Markaby + HTML5

2011-11-05 Thread Jenna Fox
If you add the line '@auto_validation = false' to the beginning of your layout, markaby aught to stop minding if you use things unspecified in xhtml. I'm not too sure if that will let you use unknown tags, or just unknown attributes. If you have any trouble getting unknown tags to work, try

Re: Riak on Camping

2011-12-06 Thread Jenna Fox
You can't use ActiveRecord with map-reduce databases anyhow, without loosing a bunch of performance and features. It's best to use a specialised adaptor just for Riak. It looks a bit similar to CouchDB, so you might also like to have a look at that if you can't find any good rubygems for riak.

Re: Riak on Camping

2011-12-06 Thread Jenna Fox
in to that. Then I can finally go to the site without having to switch browser ;) Cheers! Isak Den 2011-12-06 23:23:47 skrev Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com: You can't use ActiveRecord with map-reduce databases anyhow, without loosing a bunch of performance and features. It's best to use

Re: Markaby license issue

2011-12-17 Thread Jenna Fox
Nice! Lets just all use this thing! What say you, everyone? — Jenna Fox On Sunday, 18 December 2011 at 12:47 PM, Steve Klabnik wrote: A wild project appears: http://krainboltgreene.github.com/dapper-dan/ ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping

Re: Markaby license issue

2011-12-18 Thread Jenna Fox
Aw.. That is rather disappointing. But still, I see this problem as a chance to be reborn anew. Fresh and clean of the bad lessons learnt by Markaby. We did learn some lessons, didn't we? — Jenna Fox On Sunday, 18 December 2011 at 7:27 PM, Magnus Holm wrote: On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 02

Re: setting controllers etc

2011-12-18 Thread Jenna Fox
:views for that matter!), which means explaining them in docs or by reading camping's source code, which means memorising more new facts you don't really need to know, wasting everyone's time, and distracting you from the app you're intending to build. — Jenna Fox On Monday, 19 December 2011

Re: Markaby license issue

2011-12-19 Thread Jenna Fox
friendly compact HTML. — Jenna Fox On Tuesday, 20 December 2011 at 10:09 AM, Dave Everitt wrote: Small note: XHTML did survive, it's XHTML2 which didn't: there's an XML version of HTML5 called XHTML5. We now return to your regularly scheduled discussion. I didn't know about

Re: Mab: The tiny Markaby-alternative

2011-12-19 Thread Jenna Fox
Nah I'd still just think I want camping! I'll install camping! but then it'd just work :P — Jenna Fox On Tuesday, 20 December 2011 at 1:15 PM, David Susco wrote: So then I'd have to remember it's the opposite of the way it's been? :P Dave On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 5:53 PM, Jenna Fox

Re: Markaby license issue

2011-12-19 Thread Jenna Fox
I tried to use that crazy stuff recently and it just doesn't work, in webkit at least. — Jenna On 20/12/2011, at 4:34 PM, Steve Klabnik st...@steveklabnik.com wrote: Yep! Granted, if you serve it with an XML MIME type, it must be able to be parsed with an XML parser, so none of that p

Re: Mab: The tiny Markaby-alternative

2011-12-20 Thread Jenna Fox
. Why’s legacy serves only as a distraction, lets move on. I suggest for your consideration: Pagely — Jenna Fox On Tuesday, 20 December 2011 at 7:36 PM, Magnus Holm wrote: 2011/12/19 Bartosz Dziewoński matma@gmail.com (mailto:matma@gmail.com): 2011/12/19 Magnus Holm judo

Re: Mab: The tiny Markaby-alternative

2011-12-20 Thread Jenna Fox
Oh yeah, totes BYOORM — Jenna Fox On Tuesday, 20 December 2011 at 7:38 PM, Magnus Holm wrote: On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 23:24, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com) wrote: I'd like markaby to be a hard dependancy - it's the default, if it isn't installed

Re: Camping Server: automatically serve static files from public/

2011-12-20 Thread Jenna Fox
to specify any arbitrary folder as the public files. — Jenna Fox On Tuesday, 20 December 2011 at 9:19 PM, Paul van Tilburg wrote: On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 11:06:09AM +0100, Isak Andersson wrote: I think Alternative 2 makes the most sense. Then you can have multiple apps that don't share

Re: Is it possible to read session data from Camping::Session in a middleware?

2012-01-02 Thread Jenna Fox
, then the response travels back right to left as each 'call' method on the middleware objects finish their work and return to the next layer leftward. — Jenna Fox On Monday, 2 January 2012 at 10:10 PM, Daniel Bryan wrote: I'm trying to implement some simple middleware that will have behaviour based

Re: Mab is pretty much done

2012-01-15 Thread Jenna Fox
Excellent work! and some great examples you have in that readme ;) — Jenna Fox On Monday, 16 January 2012 at 6:26 AM, Magnus Holm wrote: Just thought I'd let you know that I've been working on Mab lately: https://github.com/camping/mab. This will replace Markaby in the next release

Re: Camping 2.2 pre-release

2012-01-25 Thread Jenna Fox
failing test case, running in camping: def layout text !DOCTYPE html\n html { head { title foo } } end Markaby output: !DOCTYPE html htmlheadtitlefoo/title/head/html Mab output: lt;!DOCTYPE htmlgt; htmlheadtitlefoo/title/head/html — Jenna Fox On Wednesday, 25 January 2012 at 10:00

+1 shorter domain name

2012-01-31 Thread Jenna Fox
camping aught to be the home of things like mab. — Jenna Fox ___ Camping-list mailing list Camping-list@rubyforge.org http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list

Re: +1 shorter domain name

2012-01-31 Thread Jenna Fox
their motivations would be? — Jenna Fox On Wednesday, 1 February 2012 at 2:18 PM, adam moore wrote: I've recently been using Arch linux and 90% of the appeal comes from their awesome user-led wiki.. Something which we can gradually add to, build on camping of course, and which hand-holds beginners would

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-26 Thread Jenna Fox
I'd be more than happy to help with screencasts and writing. I'm quite good with Final Cut and Motion, but someone else would need to take the lead on that and delegate tasks to me, as my mind is tied up in other projects for the next few months. — Jenna On Tuesday, 27 March 2012 at 8:59

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-28 Thread Jenna Fox
too. — Jenna Fox On Thursday, 29 March 2012 at 12:22 AM, Paul van Tilburg wrote: On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 06:57:51AM -0600, Philippe Monnet wrote: I think it would be fun too. Love meta stuff. In general I think the more tutorials / screencasts / posts / sites on Camping, the merrier

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-28 Thread Jenna Fox
to be up and quickly with something it is certainly better than any bigger but uncoded masterplan :) Regards David On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 3:52 PM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com) wrote: We have a tumblr blog - maybe we should turn on the 'ask

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-28 Thread Jenna Fox
! Best Wishes David On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 12:55 AM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com) wrote: I just don't see the point in creating our own elaborate infrastructure which we then have to maintain indefinitely, which is more complicated than static files

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-28 Thread Jenna Fox
and/or other IT gears. With a bit of advertising it could be successful. I do welcome any comment on this. Thanks again and sorry for the misunderstanding Best Regards David On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 1:54 AM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-30 Thread Jenna Fox
Seconding Vimeo - it's exactly the sort of creative friendly helpful community we get along so great with. :) I wouldn't bother with youtube. The main thing is that people can comment and embed and vote/like it and all that wonderful stuff. :) — Jenna On Friday, 30 March 2012 at 5:28 PM,

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-30 Thread Jenna Fox
was thinking I hook an application up with Unicorn and putting nginx on top of it. How does that sound? - Isak Andersson On 03/30/2012 08:35 AM, Jenna Fox wrote: Seconding Vimeo - it's exactly the sort of creative friendly helpful community we get along so great with. :) I

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-30 Thread Jenna Fox
with a goofy one just because Camping is damn fun, but I'm not sure if I find it perfect.. What do you guys think? Here's the image: http://i.imgur.com/8zLJc.png On 03/30/2012 08:58 AM, Jenna Fox wrote: Sounds great - my sites are the same setup, but with regular thin. :) — Jenna

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-30 Thread Jenna Fox
:) - Isak -- Skickat från min Android-telefon med K-9 E-post. Ursäkta min fåordighet. Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com) skrev: I've certainly heard nothing bad of Unicorn from my friend who works in the github server management team. — Jenna

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-30 Thread Jenna Fox
and putting nginx on top of it. How does that sound? - Isak Andersson On 03/30/2012 08:35 AM, Jenna Fox wrote: Seconding Vimeo - it's exactly the sort of creative friendly helpful community we get along so great with. :) I wouldn't bother with youtube

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-30 Thread Jenna Fox
, Jenna Fox wrote: I've never heard of that. Camping is a rack app. It works with any kind of rack server. Thin is in no way official or standard. Use whatever you think is good! There are so many ways to deploy ruby apps and nearly all of them are really great. It's not worth fussing too much

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-30 Thread Jenna Fox
will be the one handling all the dynamic stuff. -- Skickat från min Android-telefon med K-9 E-post. Ursäkta min fåordighet. Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com) skrev: For screencasts I recommend whichever of the fashionable web servers has the coolest looking

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-30 Thread Jenna Fox
Disable comments on youtube perhaps? P.S. RE: 'unicorn sounds nice' for those who haven't heard it yet, this is what Unicorn sounds like: http://d.pr/olau — Jenna On Saturday, 31 March 2012 at 1:20 AM, Dave Everitt wrote: On 30 Mar 2012, at 14:51, david costa wrote: Vimeo is

Re: camping paid examples + screencasts ?

2012-03-30 Thread Jenna Fox
both come from one program on the server, simplifying setup. — Jenna Fox On Saturday, 31 March 2012 at 5:28 AM, Dave Everitt wrote: Having just spent a whole afternoon: updating my sources in Debian just to install curl just to install rvm and check rvm requirements... [paused here

Re: dead easy deployment / Camping on the fly

2012-03-31 Thread Jenna Fox
is to have a working system that is fairly stable and usable albeit it might be launched as alpha/beta anyway :) On Sat, Mar 31, 2012 at 6:33 AM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com) wrote: We can just use a *.camping.io (http://camping.io) catchall

Re: dead easy deployment / Camping on the fly

2012-03-31 Thread Jenna Fox
! On Sat, Mar 31, 2012 at 2:52 PM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com) wrote: @David - sorted, both those subdomains now point to your machine. :) — Jenna On Saturday, 31 March 2012 at 4:10 PM, david costa wrote: BTW if you want to point

Re: dead easy deployment / Camping on the fly

2012-03-31 Thread Jenna Fox
Oh whoops! I forgot to press the save button on the dns management page. Should go through now, certainly within the next hour. On fastcgi - fastcgi is not a server in itself - you cannot connect to it with a web browser. Like Passenger, it's a way for a server like nginx or apache to launch

Re: dead easy deployment / Camping on the fly

2012-03-31 Thread Jenna Fox
The main downside to passenger, is that when things go wrong, it can be a bit 'thar be monsters in here!' It's a bit of a mysterious technology which isn't very well documented when stuff doesn't work, or at least it wasn't when I was playing with it about 8 months ago. I ended up settling on

Re: dead easy deployment / Camping on the fly

2012-03-31 Thread Jenna Fox
WebDav for nginx: http://wiki.nginx.org/HttpDavModule Or you could implement webdav as an application nginx proxies to, just as it proxies to ruby instances. — Jenna On Sunday, 1 April 2012 at 2:11 AM, david costa wrote: On Sat, Mar 31, 2012 at 5:36 PM, Isak Andersson icepa...@lavabit.com

Re: dead easy deployment / Camping on the fly

2012-04-01 Thread Jenna Fox
am done testing subdomains etc. ;) And of course if you have a better idea for a setup let me know. Regards David On Sun, Apr 1, 2012 at 1:30 AM, Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com) wrote: WebDav for nginx: http

Re: dead easy deployment / Camping on the fly

2012-04-01 Thread Jenna Fox
of gems other than Camping. For example, rack_csrf. And we should make sure that dependencies get installed. :) -- Skickat från min Android-telefon med K-9 E-post. Ursäkta min fåordighet. Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com) skrev: Hm. I know the main guy

Re: dead easy deployment / Camping on the fly

2012-04-01 Thread Jenna Fox
it? Anyways. Perhaps we could offer some Gems to pick from that we think are quality! (rack_csrf, scrypt). -- Skickat från min Android-telefon med K-9 E-post. Ursäkta min fåordighet. Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com skrev: I don't think we need to go as far as automatically installing gems

Re: dead easy deployment / Camping on the fly

2012-04-01 Thread Jenna Fox
-telefon med K-9 E-post. Ursäkta min fåordighet. Jenna Fox a...@creativepony.com (mailto:a...@creativepony.com) skrev: @Isak Anything run with the `backticks operator` runs with the same privileges as the process which launched them, if using system level sandboxing, or if using some

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