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Oleksandr Litvinov
@AlexJakeGreen
Hi guys, I'm going to help you with the devops section, chef. I can write a small intro how to prepare infrastructure with chef.
Also here's a link to a book http://chef.leopard.in.ua/html/ written in English
I think it's the best starting point for learning chef and vagrant
Anton Davydov
@davydovanton
@AlexJakeGreen looks cool :+1:
Yevhen Kuzminov
@iJackUA
Hi @AlexJakeGreen
As I have already said, help is appreciated :) The only things is that chapter is not started yet and I have no clear vision yet. I think it would be nice to start with a very brief overview of tools that are mentioned in the list like here http://www.phptherightway.com/#building_and_deploying_your_application
Besides personally I fond of Ansible and wanted to propose this as a recommended approach :) As I see more and more tools are based on Ansible and it has very low entry point to make a direct transfer of bash scripts sequence to provisioning scripts.
Yevhen Kuzminov
@iJackUA

Added "Authentication & Authorization" section text.

Plus added cool Gitter sidebar-chat, right from the http://rwdtow.stdout.in/ website :) Hope it will attract more people here.

Julien Vanier
@monkbroc
Nice work! I've been using the searchkick gem for full text search. It takes care of a lot of tedium of keeping an ElasticSearch instance in sync with a SQL database https://github.com/ankane/searchkick
Tom Dalling
@tomdalling
Hi @iJackUA, would you like me to lightly edit everything? I can make sure it's all in formal American English, if you're interested.
Yevhen Kuzminov
@iJackUA
@tomdalling Hi, thanks for willing to help. I want to do a review all texts with Grammarly service, fix error by myself (and learn a little on my most frequent grammar mistakes :)). After that I’ll ping you in this chat to do a next iteration human review.
Yevhen Kuzminov
@iJackUA
@monkbroc Thanks, I’ll take a look on that gem when I’ll start with Search section.
Tom Dalling
@tomdalling
No worries :smile:
Yevhen Kuzminov
@iJackUA
@tomdalling looks like I finished automated fixes and you can take a look on everything (if you still wish to do it :) )
also prepared a script to convert Jekyll files into Leanpub format (+TravisCI automation), soon all that reading would be accessible in ebook formats
and meanwhile I need to get more time to finish planned chapters
Tom Dalling
@tomdalling
Yep, sure. So should I go over everything in _posts ? I'll send a pull request when I'm done.
Yevhen Kuzminov
@iJackUA
yes, thanks
(all files in _posts are concatenated and produce this one-page site)
Tom Dalling
@tomdalling
Cool. I'm on it.
Tom Dalling
@tomdalling
Can I clarify a sentence with you @iJackUA ?
I do not mention it if I do not know any issues regarding a particular aspect, if it works – that’s fine.
Are you saying here that there might be issues with some of the things you suggest, but you are unaware of them because it works fine for you?
Tom Dalling
@tomdalling
Or are you saying that you won't mention something if you don't know of any issues with it, so if it hasn't been mentioned and it works, then it is fine?
Tom Dalling
@tomdalling
I'm going with the second interpretation. I'm making a pull request now, so you can check it out on github.
Yevhen Kuzminov
@iJackUA
Yes, the second meaning is correct. I'll check out the PR tomorrow. Thanks!
Yevhen Kuzminov
@iJackUA