Hi, I have a ROR site that I want to deploy. Its beyond me. Would there be any kind soul on this community that would deploy it for me? Its a very very simple application and 2 mins work for someone who knows what he/she is doing. Thanks in return and future paid collaborations likely for this person. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks
on 2007-03-28 11:47
on 2007-03-28 14:25
Hi Jim, email@example.com wrote: > > I have a ROR site that I want to deploy. Its beyond me. What is it that you're having problems with? Given the breadth of hosting service offerings available, it's very unlikely that 'it's beyond you.' It's simply a matter of understanding what you know and don't know, and picking a service that's a good match for your current skill / knowledge level. There are lots of folks here who can help you choose, and can help you learn the things you don't already know but want to know. > Would there be any kind soul on this community that > would deploy it for me? Its a very very simple application > and 2 mins work for someone who knows what he/she is > doing. A bit of friendly advice... Estimating the effort level for work someone else will do is a pretty big taboo in the Agile community. Speaking only for myself, I find that people, especially people who've never done a thing before, always underestimate the amount of effort required for someone else to do it. I've been guilty of it myself in the past. Best regards, Bill
on 2007-03-28 15:02
Have set an email to you at the address provided. I'll help you if I can.
on 2007-03-28 15:48
> to do it. I've been guilty of it myself in the past I totaly agree. Also it isnt relevant in any manner, If one can do a certain work within 2 minutes maybe it took hims months/weeks to get there, time another one isnt able/wiling to spend So in change this 2 minutes are as expensive/valuable as a few months of study in the worst case, but given a salary of 60/hr and divinding it by 60 multipliying with 2 isnt the way you will get the rate for any work of this length, even if its doubteble that anything can be done within 2 minutes. Just to answer this post took me more, and to get in contact for the person willing to help ya, itll impossible to hold only communication with you under 1 hr, my wild guess... matthi PS: get an ISP that will do the setup for you...if rails isnt preinstalled
on 2007-03-28 20:06
As a newbie (one HS C++ course 7 years ago) I can tell you that you won't have any trouble building the app yourself. I don't know how many free hours each day you have, but if you buy the agile book (I started on it 4 days ago) you will probably be able to build the app you want (if it's really as simply as you think it is) in literally a week. You may not understand everything, what's doing what, but you will probably be able to find your way through it. Then when you get stuck, come on these boards. You'll probably have better luck this way, rather than trying to find someone to give up $65-100Hr. in exchange for your laziness. :) And why don't you describe what you want the app to do?
on 2007-03-28 20:31
I was in the same boat until I found this article: http://www.hostingrails.com/forums/wiki_thread/1 I use hostingrails.com and some of this might be specific to them, but it still clarifies the steps needed to manually deploy. Keith
on 2007-03-28 21:58
firstname.lastname@example.org schrieb: It´s about deployment, not development ;)