Development is go, sign up here you monkeys!
I've made the repository for the new code project for Yerf live. The project is called SCAA as a kind of a nod towards the original Squeeky Clean Furry Archive, and Dingo has very graciously agreed to host the project's site for us on his server. Thanks, Dingo!
You can find the introductory docs and the project tracker at http://devel.yerf.com/scaa/trac/, and the Subversion repository is rooted at https://devel.yerf.com/scaa/svn/ (protected).
Access to the Subversion repository is controlled by password, so if you want access to it, mail me and I'll send you the access details. Sorry for the rough edges here.
Opening up the development process
Because we should. It's just me right now, and that's not healthy. The Yerf development machine already hosts the code repository, but only svn+ssh people can get into it. And there's not many of those. Considering going setting up HTTPS and WebDAV on a development vhost, and using Trac
to, well, track changes in a publicly visible way.
We'd need a password manager tool for the developers too; that's the missing piece. I guess we could tie authentication into mod_auth_mysql and just use the yerf database for svn auth, though. Any thoughts? Current Mood: busy
New code drop; please help the recoding effort
Let's make the development process a little more public, because I strongly suspect people aren't reading the Code Love forum </tongue-in-cheek>.
New code drop up at the project wiki, http://www.cosbid.com/. I'm accepting patches, please let me know if you'd like to start contributing.
Yerf.com is back up, so the discussion's back in Code Love. If you need access, contact one of the Ikonboard admins.
I've set up a temporary wiki for developers at http://www.cosbid.com/
- I was about to summarize the puzzle-piece threads from the Code Love forum when the server went blooey. (Don't worry, it's not the new server yet... and it may not be a hardware problem at all.)