I'll be able to look at this over the weekend. Thanks for pointers- I'll
let you know how it goes!
On 6 December 2012 21:00, Doug Blank <doug.blank@...> wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 1:10 PM, Jon Clements <joncle@...:
>> On 6 December 2012 17:47, Doug Blank <doug.blank@...> wrote:
>>> On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 12:04 PM, Jon Clements <joncle@...:
>>>> I've got plenty of spare bandwith and space going spare on a couple of
>>>> servers. I don't know what the devs think about it, but if it's literally
>>>> something as simple as described in the hosting documentation on the wiki,
>>>> then that's something I'd be happy to help with.
>>> Jon, in addition to the possibility of hosting some static NarrativeWeb
>>> exports, what do you think about the ability to host some Gramps-Connect
>>> sites? Gramps-Connect is still not 100%, but it is functional for many
>>> alpha/testing purposes. What it needs:
>>> * trunk, and its requirements (python 2.7, latest pygobject)
>>> * Django 1.4
>>> * Apache with mod_wsgi (or other wsgi-compliant system)
>> I don't see why not... - sounds like it might need a bit of playing
>> around with to get something up and running... Is there some resource
>> available to see if I can get one up and running?
> To get trunk to work, see:
> This requires the latest pygobject (available in Ubuntu 12.10, or in
> others by building from scratch; see the link above).
> If that is not possible, the next best thing for Gramps-Connect is the
> temporary gramps35 branch:
> Once you have a working gramps, then you'll need Django (version 1.3 for
> gramps35, version 1.4 for trunk).
> Once you have that, then you can test with the following:
> 1. cd gramps/gramps/webapp
> 1. cd gramps/src/webapp
> 2. export PYTHONPATH=..
> 3. make
> (if errors, you may need to make clean)
> (if no errors, it will ask for two passwords, each twice)
> 4. make run
> 5. point webbrowser to localhost:8000
> If that works, then you are ready to run it via wsgi:
> Thanks for looking into this, and for your offer!