[ANN] New Rails Site: http://www.tanga.com

http://www.tanga.com is where it’s at. We’re planning on open sourcing
the e-commerce bits of it sometime in the near future. Any suggestions
on how to best do that? (plugin? generator?)

A non-video game will be offered for sale at 7 pm PST on Monday, btw.

On Oct 16, 12:21 am, [email protected] wrote:

http://www.tanga.comis where it’s at. We’re planning on open sourcing
the e-commerce bits of it sometime in the near future. Any suggestions
on how to best do that? (plugin? generator?)

A non-video game will be offered for sale at 7 pm PST on Monday, btw.

Anyone have opinions on how to properly open source the code?

Did you use any plugins for the “Create an Account” and login
functionality?

On Oct 16, 11:35 pm, “Bala P.” [email protected] wrote:

Did you use any plugins for the “Create an Account” and login functionality?

No. It’s ripped off from the pragprog Rails book.

Joe

so this is basically woot.com for games? don’t get me wrong, it’s great
to have more woot-ish sites … just means more “of the day” deals to
browse. =)

[email protected] wrote:

http://www.tanga.com is where it’s at. We’re planning on open sourcing
the e-commerce bits of it sometime in the near future. Any suggestions
on how to best do that? (plugin? generator?)

A non-video game will be offered for sale at 7 pm PST on Monday, btw.


Lance I.
Web Applications Developer
RBS Interactive
[email protected]

On Oct 17, 11:28 am, Lance I. [email protected] wrote:

so this is basically woot.com for games? don’t get me wrong, it’s great
to have more woot-ish sites … just means more “of the day” deals to
browse. =)

No, not just games. See yesterday’s item
(http://www.tanga.com/blogs/show/47).

Joe

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