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September 02, 2013, 06:15:38 PM
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Looking for a Rails expert who can produce a complete and working set of instructions for deploying this application: https://github.com/Bettermeans/bettermeans

The host is a virtual machine running Gentoo Linux, but I'd be willing to use a different OS if absolutely required.

This repository is more up to date, and both of them might have bugs which would need to be fixed: https://github.com/mockdeep/better/

I'm willing to pay 3 BTC for working instructions, and 4 BTC for an ebuild that automates the installation.

This offer is closed.
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Hmm, bettermeans.org (as advertised in your README file) gives us a http 404 status code, and bettermeans.com yields some odd heroku certificate violation message ...
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Hmm, bettermeans.org (as advertised in your README file) gives us a http 404 status code, and bettermeans.com yields some odd heroku certificate violation message ...
The company behind Bettermeans which intended to commercialize it is dead. If you check the network on GitHub you'll see there are a couple developers who have forked the repository and are actively committing to it. Neither of them has been able to fix my problem, which may have to do with running it on a different platform than them. My hope is that if I can get the setup right so that it works on my machine, that I'll be able to pull their changes going forward and keep operating.
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