[Discuss] migrating snapfresh.org, who wants accounts on the new machine?
aaron at codemass.com
Sat May 3 10:29:57 PDT 2014
Aha, I didn't realize your commits were going to a separate branch, so I went ahead and just set up a separate vhost and rails instance under http://beta.snapfresh.org that is using the "develop" branch, and the "developer" RAILS_ENV, and also has its own separate database instance.
Beta seems to be working fine as far as I can tell with your latest commits, so let me know if you see anything out of wack. (I'll be checking in some minor Gemfile changes to accommodate Ubuntu 14.04's versions in a moment.)
Also let me know when you want me to update&deploy from that branch again, and once you're confident that the changes are solid go ahead and merge with master and let me know so I can push that out to prod.
On May 2, 2014, at 8:19 PM, Jason Wieringa <jason at wieringa.co> wrote:
> Hi Aaron,
> Sweet! I have updated versions of Rails on the develop branch. Have you already made deployments?
> I’ll take a look at this branch and make sure that it is ready to go.
> On Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 2:56 PM, Aaron Bannert wrote:
>> I'll be migrating Snap Fresh to a new host in the next week or so. This means we'll be getting an upgraded ruby/rails, and a new deployment of the app.
>> If you'd like an account on the new machine, please send me an email directly. Include your preferred username, your personal email address (where @snapfresh.org messages will be forwarded) and your personal phone number (for emergencies). Also let me know if you plan on doing deployments, development, or something else. All project contributors are welcome, as long as you use are willing to use reasonable security measures for your account access (strong passwords, SSH RSA/DSA keys, etc...).
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