New contributor: developer documentation

Hi:

I’m a rails newbie and want to learn wity Typo how a real project is
written in rails. Of course, I want to be a real contributor in the near
future (if I can).

Are over there any development documentation to start with? Just to
familiarize with the whole prject structure and database?

Thanks a lot let me see the source of this great project.

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Le 8 févr. 07 à 12:39, lumen a écrit :

Thanks a lot let me see the source of this great project.
Hi,

2 things to do :
– read the development guide on the wiki
– read the source, Luke !

Cheers,
Fredercic


Frédéric de Villamil
[email protected] tel: +33 (0)6 62 19 1337

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Frederic de Villamil [email protected] writes:

familiarize with the whole prject structure and database?

Thanks a lot let me see the source of this great project.

Hi,

2 things to do :
– read the development guide on the wiki
– read the source, Luke !
Step 3: Shudder with alarm as you read it.

On 8-Feb-07, at 9:35 AM, Piers C. wrote:

future (if I can).
– read the source, Luke !
Step 3: Shudder with alarm as you read it.

Step 4: Decide to write your own blog engine.

Seriously, I looked at improving typo a little while ago, and decided
that it would be more educational to write my own blog engine. Typo
is really good, but as an example of Rails code, it leaves something
to be desired.

Matt R. [email protected] writes:

written in rails. Of course, I want to be a real contributor in the
2 things to do :
– read the development guide on the wiki
– read the source, Luke !
Step 3: Shudder with alarm as you read it.

Step 4: Decide to write your own blog engine.

Seriously, I looked at improving typo a little while ago, and decided
that it would be more educational to write my own blog engine. Typo
is really good, but as an example of Rails code, it leaves something
to be desired.

Yeah, Rails has moved on. Nowadays it does stuff easily that we are
stuck doing by hand. Catch is, I kind of like the old thing and reckon
it’s worth trying to bring it up to modern standards.

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