A web application for an online shared scrap board.
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README

= Plemp!

Create your own online pile of junk! Plemp allows you to upload/put stuff
on a single canvas, for sharing, collaging or any purpose you can think of.

== Features

* Uploading of image/music/video/text files
* Adding content by means of pasting text
* Syntax highlighting of source code files
* (Re)arranging of the files
* Some visual effects for eye candy purposes
* Distributed management of the arrangement, i.e. everybody viewing the
Plemp page will (with some delay) see the same arrangement

== Requirements

Plemp! is an Camping application, so you need:

* Ruby 1.8 (>= 1.8.6) or 1.9 (>= 1.9.1)
* Camping (>= 2.0)
* Active Record (>= 2.3)
* Markaby, and optionally:
* Mongrel

The following Ruby librares are required:

* CodeRay
* JSON
* MIME-Types

and the following JavaScript libraries:

* Prototype (>= 1.6)
* Script.aculo.us (>= 1.8)

== Installation

For now, Plemp! is in a developing state and not ready for site-wide
deployment yet. However, before running, make sure that prototype.js and
all JavaScript files from Script.aculo.us are available from public/ either
by copying or symlinking them there.

== Usage

Run from the command line:

$ camping plemp.rb

and head over to http://localhost:3301/ to view and use the Plemp! canvas.

Files can be upload or text can be pasted using the Add/Upload Dialog
invoked by pressing the Plus key or the Plus button in the top-right
corner. Once uploaded, the objects can be arranged by dragging them
around.

== License

Plemp! is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.