astares at gmx.de
Wed Jun 20 07:04:46 EDT 2012
>BTW: I'm very open to any form of comment/idea/contribution to SmalltalkHub.
SmalltalkHub is nicely done and I like the idea of combining
Amber on the client side with Smalltalk on the server side.
I think one of the main problem before contributing to a project
is accessibility and visibility of the project:
I know that your project is not only running on smalltalkhub.com
but also the code for the implementation lives there. Its good that you
eat your own dog food - but maybe a hurdle to contribute.
So I dont know:
- if others know that the code is there (a list of projects
hosted on SmalltalkHub is as you know still missing)
- on which Pharo version it is running
- how to easily load it into a recent Pharo image
- what other things one needs to run it locally (Mongo?)
and fix or modify it
Also the page found by Google:
tells me nothing where to get the code, how to start. It only
says "work in progress".
After more googling I can find a link www.smalltalkhub.com/user/NicolasPetton/SmalltalkHub
which is NOT working!
After more and more googling I found out from a twitter
link that the code is there:
I know it is a chicken and egg problem since all these
infos will be on SmalltalkHub when implemented. But these
days it is very hard to find and get startet.
Since Metacello is standard these days I would really welcome a
"ConfigurationOfSmalltalkHub" in MetacelloRepository which
- allow the code to load
- allow to see which Pharo version is used
- allow to run it locally to do modifications
- allow to follow stable releases and development progress
just by looking into the configuration
and in then end allow to contribute to the project.
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