JP Vossen on 10 Sep 2013 23:09:20 -0700

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[PLUG] Fwd: PLUG N: "Hacking FOSSCON"... follow-up

Oh, I forgot. I talked about Redmine, that I'm trying to get to use at work, and that I found trying to get Ruby & Rails to work on CentOS-5.x was a giant mess. There are better ways though, like:
	= 7 flavors (more-or-less) of VMs
	= a VM (but really hazy on details of said VM)
	= Or a monolithic "just stick it all in /opt/" installer

I had previously missed the monolithic installer. With THAT I had Redmine installed on CentOS-5 in ~10 minutes, though granted it's controlled a bit different than usual. E.g.:

(Also, a tool Jonathan likes:

-------- Original Message --------

Thanks to Jonathan for an interesting case study and discussion on the
implications of the proliferation of forking that is so popular and easy
with modern DRCS and , e.g., git-hub.

We also had some interesting discussions before, during and after the
talk, and in particular the following came up:
	" StartSSLÂ Free (Class 1) certificates are domain or email validated"
	"Learn to code interactively, for free" (esp. for kids)
"Effing Package Management...helps you build packages quickly and easily (Packages like RPM and DEB formats)"

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