Hmm... ./manage.py shell_plus didn't seem the have the desired effect. Here is a screenshot of my terminal window:
I tried './manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000 &' to send it into the background, but the process gets killed when I close the terminal. I think it's part of the default security settings of the Droplets. I need to run that command as a service somehow.
oh, ok, I misunderstood. I thought you were running this stuff on your own development computer using the builtin Django server (runserver). Are you running this stuff on Digital Ocean? If so, you need to study this stuff: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.4/howto/deployment/
Wondering..... Should we think about using a hosted instance of NRP? Seems like we would want that to test eventually? Along those lines, I'm wondering if we could use an existing instance so we don't have to shell out for a new one. I.e., could your stuff @christroutner run against an existing Django API without messing with the existing UI, which we would need to keep running? (Coming from a person who doesn't understand this layer very well.)
I can post so long as I have the CSRF hash. I was able to get the server to run using the command nohup, like 'nohup ./manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:8000 &'. nohup disconnects the process from my terminal. Documention
I still need to figure out how to retrieve the hash remotely.
Hey everyone! Looking forward to our meeting at 11AM. I originally called this meeting so we can brainstorm about the Project page (features, use-cases we want to include, etc.). I’ll do a visual mock up of the page this week using the layout of the open source bootstrap theme.