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Re: [lsug] Results of Scala & Heroku Hackathon

From: John S.
Sent on: Monday, October 29, 2012 10:32 AM
Hello Kobby,

Did you get the latest version of the project to run, after you updated you code from lsug-dojo/lsug-website github repository?

Is anyone else having problems getting the project going?

One thing to note about the project is that the SBT build file is using version 2.0.4 of the play framework and you should be using the SBT version that comes with play.


On 28 October[masked]:52, Kwabena Aning <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi John,

I must say I thoroughly enjoyed this hackathon. Kudos Robert, Andy, yourself and everyone who contributed to making the day a success. I am going to continue hacking at the website code when I can and I will send you "reasonable" pull requests failing that I'll just email you a patch or something (only kidding). In any case, thanks for holding down the repo like you have it's in a sane state.

While I am here, I thought I should mention that I merged in the front end (bootstrap/less) stuff that's waiting in the queue and it didn't compile for me. There's an issue with the less so if Filipo has access to this mailing list he might want to take a look at it. I can see on github that you have merged it into master, I will pull from the main again and see if I can get it to compile on my end.


On 28 October[masked]:53, John Stevenson <[address removed]> wrote:
Hello all,
I had a great time at the Guardian this weekend, helping hack together the LSug website using Play 2 framework & Heroku.

All the pull requests have been processed and the results of the hack can be seen at:

Live website:

Github repo:

Feel free to have a look at the code and if you want to contribute you can fork the project and send in pull requests.  Keep your pull requests as small as you can so I can automatically merge them in github, without having to do any conflict resolution for you.  Remember to pull from github often, so you dont miss out on other peoples updates.

Any pull requests  too complicated to merge will be rejected with hopefully positive feedback.

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