TimeCert service launched using Camping and mongrel

Hi guys,
I’ve just launched TimeCert at http://timecert.org which is a simple
service for proving that something existed at a certain time. This
could be any digital content such as email, source code, blog post
etc.

It was written in Why’s fantastic Camping framework over breakfast and
was deployed on Mongrel.

I will release all the source as well as a ruby client library on
rubyforge when the project has been accepted. The REST api is
documented here:

http://neubia.com/archives/000483.html so feel free to hack your own
if you want.

Regards
Pelle


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Hey,

Take a look at the Mongrel pre-release for your site. Install it with
gem
install mongrel --source=http://mongrel.rubyforge.org/releases/ It
should
work the same as what you’re running.

Zed A. Shaw


http://mongrel.rubyforge.org/

On 4/17/06 3:27 PM, “Pelle Braendgaard” [email protected] wrote:

Hi guys,
I’ve just launched TimeCert at http://timecert.org which is a
simple
service for proving that something existed at a certain time.

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