Re: [RubyMKE] Lets start planning for the Github of Beer Recipes

From: Robert L.
Sent on: Friday, January 27, 2012 11:03 AM
I would concur with Alexis on this.  We should probably look at the stories we need to have a minimum viable product.  Once we get them swagged (is that even a word?), then it would be good to talk about architecture, etc. 

If people haven't done Agile development, it might be a great exercise to do at the next meetup.  It would be cool to bring in someone from a local homebrewing group as the business user.  Maybe contact a company like Northern Brewer that might be interested in sponsoring this project.  There's some really cool potential here.

- Bob


On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 10:33 AM, Alexis La Joie <[address removed]> wrote:
Having a few features listed is a good start... we should probably swag them in order of complexity and priority. Then we can discuss how we want to tackle this from an architecture standpoint. We want to create an initial set of stories describing features which build up a basic skeleton upon we can build the evolving features we will come up with later.... 

That being said, authentication, etc (Devise & CanCan) can probably come later, whereas a basic ability to create a recipe and log its progress would be a good start. From there we can add users, roles, and even additional attributes or features off of the base recipes and logs. 


T.F.O.P.
A.M.D.G.



On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 8:32 AM, Dave Strock <[address removed]> wrote:
That looks like a pretty good starting point. I'd like to use at least rails 3.1, since I've still not learned the asset pipeline stuff that it introduced. Rails 3.2 was just released the other day, maybe we want to start there?

Also, rather than using devise for auth, can I suggest the new has_secure_password method that was recently added to rails. I've seen a lot of talk that it makes it simple to roll your own auth, which you almost end up doing anyway when you override all of devise's defaults. I don't know much about it yet, but it looks nice:


There is a RailsCast on it also:

Oh, and for those that have read or are reading Michael Hartl's free Rails Turorial book, he just updated it to cover Rails 3.2, latest rspec, and has_secure_password:

Dave


On Jan 27, 2012, at 7:47 AM, Clint Laskowski <[address removed]> wrote:

Okay, we've got some features listed. What's the next step?

This page talks about building a web app using web-app-theme, devise, haml, etc., for examle:


Or do one of our more experienced Ruby on Rails developers have a better way to start?

-- Clint

Clint Laskowski, CISSP, CISM
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On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 9:36 AM, Alexander Lemanski <[address removed]> wrote:
Sorry about that guys. I have updated the repo with a quick Readme. I thought there was a way to fork the Wiki on it's own. My intention is to collect the ideas in the wiki for now. So, it might be easier to just edit through the web UI.

Alex Lemanski

On Jan 26, 2012, at 9:31 AM, Dave Strock wrote:

Yes, it needs an actual git repo to be able to fork it, but we can all edit the wiki for now. 

Dave

On Jan 26, 2012, at 8:13 AM, Josh Mejia <[address removed]> wrote:

Very cool, Alex. I think the project needs a file in it before it can be forked (a README should work). Unless Maybe I'm missing something?

Josh

On Jan 25, 2012, at 11:48 PM, Alexander Lemanski wrote:

At this month's meetup we discussed building a github for beer recipes. Last night I set up a github repo with a wiki to start collecting potential features which we can use as a starting point. If you have an idea or feature to add, fork it and send a pull request.

Alex





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