Serif version 0.3.1 released

Serif is a file-based blogging engine with an optional admin interface
that aims to provide simplicity and flexibility.

Project homepage: http://github.com/aprescott/serif
Issues: https://github.com/aprescott/serif/issues
Rubygems page: https://rubygems.org/gems/serif

For more information, see the README:

https://github.com/aprescott/serif#readme

Changes in 0.3.1

  • Be kinder about the space used by the private URL characters. (#32)
  • The keyup event on any input or textarea now marks the page as
    having changed. Previously only on blur events. (e0df1375dd)
  • Order the list of drafts by most-recently-modified first, clarify
    draft and post ordering above each list. (#33)
  • Support custom layouts for posts as well as non-post files. (#35)
  • Drag-and-drop image uploads no longer use exclusively rw-------
    permissions, now rely on umask. (605487d98)

If you’re facing problems with a list of posts not including one
you’ve most recently published through the admin interface, I’ve
corrected this in 0.3.2, which I’ve just pushed. Sorry for the noise,
it’s something that should’ve gone into 0.3.1 but I somehow hadn’t
noticed there was a problem.

I may as well use this email to also point out a Google Group for
Serif in case there are problems or questions, etc. You can find it
at:

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/serif-rb

Hi there,

I just gave Serif a try and faild at uploading images. At the bottom of
the admin page it says: “Drag and drop images into the form above to
upload them.” I tried with Firefox and Safari but nothing is changed in
the markdown code. There is probably a simple thing I overlooked?

Cheers,
Jan H.

On 11 March 2013 09:06, Dr. Hegewald [email protected] wrote:

I just gave Serif a try and faild at uploading images. At the bottom of the
admin page it says: “Drag and drop images into the form above to upload them.” I
tried with Firefox and Safari but nothing is changed in the markdown code. There
is probably a simple thing I overlooked?

Sorry to hear you’re having problems. I just tried it with Firefox
19.0.2 and Safari 6.0.2 (7536.26.17) and it worked fine for me. I
assume you’re on Serif 0.3.2. It should work if you have JavaScript
enabled.

Were you running everything locally (i.e., localhost) when you got the
problem? Were there any errors in the JavaScript console? (I assume
you’re on a Mac — in Firefox you can load the console with
Option-Cmd-K or via Tools > Web D. > Web Console, and in Safari
you can get it with Cmd-Option-C.)

If get any more details from that, let me know and I can open an issue
on GitHub for it. (Or you can do so, of course! :))

Hi there,

On 11.03.2013, at 13:52, Adam P. [email protected] wrote:

problem? Were there any errors in the JavaScript console? (I assume
you’re on a Mac in Firefox you can load the console with
Option-Cmd-K or via Tools > Web D. > Web Console, and in Safari
you can get it with Cmd-Option-C.)

If get any more details from that, let me know and I can open an issue
on GitHub for it. (Or you can do so, of course! :))

Yes, everything locally. I checked in my Safari 6.0.2, JavaScript is
active. The console only shows this:

And nothing when I drag&drop the image file. I notice a copy of the
image file is placed in path/to/site/directory/images. But nothing is
visible in the markdown code or the preview.
BTW, I guess this is not the right place to discuss this, should we
continue off-list?

Cheers,
Jan

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