Who wants a sample application?

Chris,
I'd like to see your new application to see a 'real life'
authentication system. I've tried taking apart Beast and always hit a
'dead end' when trying to get it to work. If you could make your
application available, I'd be most appreciative.
Thanks,
Kathy

Chris Hulbert wrote:

Okay, its up:

http://rosters.rubyforge.org/

Please have a look! And fill in the survey - I need some love, i spent
ages getting the website 'just so'.

Cheers all. Let me know if you think its nice or nasty.

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Wow, thanks for posting the app, I am sure it will come in handy to
those of us that are just now learning the ins and outs of Rails. It
looks pretty sweet, so I will give it a go.

Okay, its up:

http://rosters.rubyforge.org/

Please have a look! And fill in the survey - I need some love, i spent
ages getting the website 'just so'.

The site looks serene... :slight_smile:

Cheers all. Let me know if you think its nice or nasty.

I downloaded it, and tested it a bit. The usabillity and the looks are
great.

A few lesser bits were the missing migrations & doc/README_FOR_APP.

It wasn't a problem for me as I'm a somewhat seasoned rails-devver, but
it might be a bit hard to install for rails-newbies due to these missing
bits.

Also I'm not seeing anything like Rest, and the controllers are a bit
fat, but besides that it's a nice app... & when saving a roster for
some reason it was empty after the save...

A neat app on overall!

Anyway I have no rostering needs, so I'm not a prospective user, but
I'm mainly interested in FOSS-web-apps and I think it's good if web-
apps are Open Source/Free Software, although I prefer the Affero GPL
as a license (I'm running 2 myself as part of the LogiLogi Foundation:
http://foundation.logilogi.org/)…

greetings,

Wybo

Thanks a bunch. Your timing was impecable. It seems that I am the only
Rails dev in the Netherlands and it is pretty hard learning all the
expert stuff (any stuff really) by yourself.