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README.md

Roost

Deploy Maintainability Test Coverage

Roost is the Proof of Concept server and webapp for Flockingbird.

Flockingbird is a professional social network, where you manage your business network. Decentralised, and privacy friendly.

Flockingbird

Get started

Ensure you have Postgres and Ruby 2.3 or higher installed, then run the setup script:

make install

Using the Application

Start the web server and processors (reactors and projectors):

make run

Develop

We use envent_sourcery by Envato. If unsure “where something goes”, just ask, or read up on event sourcing starting at event_sourcery README.

Make sure to add tests for any feature or bugfix.

Test with

make

This also enforces some code style guidelines once the tests pass.