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Munich Rubyshift - Ruby User Group ( Feed )
Monday, 14 April 2014
Ruby User Group Meetup

♦Munich Rubyshift, Ruby User Group

We're actively searching for speakers! Want to become one? Ping us!

München - Germany

Wednesday, May 14 at 7:00 PM

Attending: 3

Details: www.meetup.com/Munich-Rubyshift-Ruby-User-Group/events/176392412/

photoMunich Rubyshift, Ruby User Group

We're actively searching for speakers! Want to become one? Ping us!

München - Germany

Wednesday, May 14 at 7:00 PM

Attending: 3

Details: http://www.meetup.com/Munich-Rubyshift-Ruby-User-Group/events/176392412/

RUGL Meetup #10 - Anniversary Edition

♦Ruby User Group Linz (RUGL)

Agenda:

Talks:

• Dein Vorschlag?

Lightning Talks:

• Dein Vorschlag?

Linz - Austria

Wednesday, May 7 at 6:30 PM

Attending: 3

Details: www.meetup.com/Ruby-User-Group-Linz-RUGL/events/165913202/

photoRuby User Group Linz (RUGL)

Agenda:

Talks:

• Dein Vorschlag?

Lightning Talks:

• Dein Vorschlag?

Linz - Austria

Wednesday, May 7 at 6:30 PM

Attending: 3

Details: http://www.meetup.com/Ruby-User-Group-Linz-RUGL/events/165913202/

Rails 4 support and setup errors
Hi there! I've been looking into using sportdb for creating a non-commercial app for the world cup. When trying to use it with Rails 4 I've encountered number of issues regarding multiline anchors in regular expressions in sportdb and some of the dependencies (worlddb and tagutils). Is there a plan
Hi there! I've been looking into using sportdb for creating a non-commercial app for the world cup. When trying to use it with Rails 4 I've encountered number of issues regarding multiline anchors in regular expressions in sportdb and some of the dependencies (worlddb and tagutils). Is there a plan
Open Sports Data Hackdays - Fr+Sa 23+24 May - Basel, Milano, Your City?
Hello, Hannes Gassert from the Swiss chapter of the Open Knowledge Foundation writes: Sport is fun, sport is healthy, sport is a business - and sport is data, too. Scores and and times, athletic performance over time, passes played from A to B in real time, your own bicycle rides: there is more an
Hello, Hannes Gassert from the Swiss chapter of the Open Knowledge Foundation writes: Sport is fun, sport is healthy, sport is a business - and sport is data, too. Scores and and times, athletic performance over time, passes played from A to B in real time, your own bicycle rides: there is more an
vienna.rb #14

♦vienna.rb

Looking for a sponsor!


Talks:

+ RubyMotion by Jan

+ 12 Factor App Discussion hosted by Andi



Community Picks of the last meetup:

+ all talks from Jim Weirich (esp. Y-Combinator)

+ Ruby Rog

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Looking for a sponsor!


Talks:

+ RubyMotion by Jan

+ 12 Factor App Discussion hosted by Andi



Community Picks of the last meetup:

+ all talks from Jim Weirich (esp. Y-Combinator)

+ Ruby Rogues Podcast

+ follow @tenderlove on twitter to learn english puns


Vienna - Austria

Thursday, May 8 at 7:00 PM

Attending: 7

Details: http://www.meetup.com/vienna-rb/events/176460202/

'reafy-to-use' db file?
Dear all, is there a link for a ready-to-use open beer db file (e.g. as text file)? I am new to this topic and I a bit lost. I would like to put the data into elasticsearch and analyse it in kibana. And I was thinking there should be a file / snapshot with the data without having to create it myself
Dear all, is there a link for a ready-to-use open beer db file (e.g. as text file)? I am new to this topic and I a bit lost. I would like to put the data into elasticsearch and analyse it in kibana. And I was thinking there should be a file / snapshot with the data without having to create it myself
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Open Beer & Brewery Database (beer.db) ( Feed )
Wednesday, 09 April 2014
Meetups, Talks - Vienna.rb, BarCampGraz.at
Hello, If you happen to be around in Central Europe (in Austria) you're invited to meet-up. Bring your questions or beers and let's have a drink. Tomorrow (Thursday, April 10th) I will be at the Vienna.rb meetup [1] at Sektor 5 in Vienna, Austria. On the weekend (Saturday+Sunday April 12th+13th) I
Hello, If you happen to be around in Central Europe (in Austria) you're invited to meet-up. Bring your questions or beers and let's have a drink. Tomorrow (Thursday, April 10th) I will be at the Vienna.rb meetup [1] at Sektor 5 in Vienna, Austria. On the weekend (Saturday+Sunday April 12th+13th) I
Meetups, Talks - Vienna.rb, BarCampGraz.at
Hello, If you happen to be around in Central Europe (in Austria) you're invited to meet-up. Tomorrow (Thursday, April 10th) I will be at the Vienna.rb meetup [1] at Sektor 5 in Vienna, Austria. On the weekend (Saturday+Sunday April 12th+13th) I will be a the Barcamp Graz 2014 [2] in Graz (Austria'
Hello, If you happen to be around in Central Europe (in Austria) you're invited to meet-up. Tomorrow (Thursday, April 10th) I will be at the Vienna.rb meetup [1] at Sektor 5 in Vienna, Austria. On the weekend (Saturday+Sunday April 12th+13th) I will be a the Barcamp Graz 2014 [2] in Graz (Austria'
Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

09/04 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the fiftieth edition:

Laura:

09/04 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the fiftieth edition:

Laura:
Alex:
Ben:
  • HyperLogLog Craig Kerstiens: Scalable Uniques in Postgres
  • Docker – Getting Started with Docker
  • Analytics – Analytics for hackers: How to think about event data
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Munich Rubyshift - Ruby User Group ( Feed )
Tuesday, 08 April 2014
Ruby User Group Meetup

♦Munich Rubyshift, Ruby User Group

Join us for our April Meetup!

We have at least two talks:

Robert Kuzelj: "Groovy's closures and the differences to Ruby"

Daniel Sudmann: "Blobsterix, a transcoding binary large object server" 

Big thanks to Codecen

photoMunich Rubyshift, Ruby User Group

Join us for our April Meetup!

We have at least two talks:

Robert Kuzelj: "Groovy's closures and the differences to Ruby"

Daniel Sudmann: "Blobsterix, a transcoding binary large object server" 

Big thanks to Codecentric for hosting!

München - Germany

Wednesday, April 9 at 7:00 PM

Attending: 16

Details: http://www.meetup.com/Munich-Rubyshift-Ruby-User-Group/events/171028112/

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Planet Pluto News & Discussions ( Feed )
Sunday, 06 April 2014
missing dependency activerecord (?)
When I try a fresh installation of pluto with gem install I get this error: /usr/lib64/ruby/site_ruby/2.0.0/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:53:in `require': cannot load such file -- active_record (LoadError) from /usr/lib64/ruby/site_ruby/2.0.0/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:53:in `require
When I try a fresh installation of pluto with gem install I get this error: /usr/lib64/ruby/site_ruby/2.0.0/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:53:in `require': cannot load such file -- active_record (LoadError) from /usr/lib64/ruby/site_ruby/2.0.0/rubygems/core_ext/kernel_require.rb:53:in `require
football.db Public HTTP JSON API service Update - Bundesliga, Serie A, Premier League, La Liga
Hello, FYI: I've updated the online database (used by the public HTTP JSON API service)  @ footballdb.herokuapp.com What's new? Added all fixtures for the 2013/14 season for: - Deutsche Bundesliga (Germany) - English Premier League (England) - Primera División (Spain) - Serie A (Italy) - Österr.
Hello, FYI: I've updated the online database (used by the public HTTP JSON API service)  @ http://footballdb.herokuapp.com What's new? Added all fixtures for the 2013/14 season for: - Deutsche Bundesliga (Germany) - English Premier League (England) - Primera División (Spain) - Serie A (Italy) - Österr.
fallbacks for title, link, feed
Hi, I used blog harvester in the past and think about switching to pluto (harvester doesn't really work beyond ruby 1.8). However, I find it a bit uncomfortable that I have to add three variables for each feed. I think it'd be more handy if it could extract title and feed url automatically. I saw th
Hi, I used blog harvester in the past and think about switching to pluto (harvester doesn't really work beyond ruby 1.8). However, I find it a bit uncomfortable that I have to add three variables for each feed. I think it'd be more handy if it could extract title and feed url automatically. I saw th
fallbacks for title and feed url don't seem to work
Hi, I was using blog harvester in the past and am looking for an alternative, because it is unmaintained and only works on ruby 1.8. pluto seems to be nice, but one thing I find not that comfortable is that I have to add three lines for every feed. It should be possible to fill in title and feed url
Hi, I was using blog harvester in the past and am looking for an alternative, because it is unmaintained and only works on ruby 1.8. pluto seems to be nice, but one thing I find not that comfortable is that I have to add three lines for every feed. It should be possible to fill in title and feed url
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Vienna.rb Meetups ( Feed )
Friday, 04 April 2014
vienna.rb #13

♦vienna.rb

- Martin Schürrer (@Msch) about refactoring Rails with your database in sync

- Laura Gaetano (@alicetragedy) about Rails Girls Summer of Code & how to get involved

- Aaron Cruz (@mraaroncruz) on How To Become Rich and Handsome for the Poor and Ugly Applicat

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- Martin Schürrer (@Msch) about refactoring Rails with your database in sync

- Laura Gaetano (@alicetragedy) about Rails Girls Summer of Code & how to get involved

- Aaron Cruz (@mraaroncruz) on How To Become Rich and Handsome for the Poor and Ugly Application Developer

- Ruby Best Practices (conversation starter & discussion round)

Vienna - Austria

Thursday, April 10 at 7:00 PM

Attending: 22

Details: http://www.meetup.com/vienna-rb/events/173748122/

get jsonp javascript
Hi! Sorry for my english, I'm working on it right now ;) I just tested your service by getting simple request from your server, it's amazing. Thanks for service. But i have couple questions about datas. I tested it from footballdb.herokuapp.com/api/v1/event/world.2014/round/2 it works good, b
Hi! Sorry for my english, I'm working on it right now ;) I just tested your service by getting simple request from your server, it's amazing. Thanks for service. But i have couple questions about datas. I tested it from http://footballdb.herokuapp.com/api/v1/event/world.2014/round/2 it works good, b
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Vienna.rb News ( Feed )
Wednesday, 02 April 2014
Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

02/04 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the forty-ninth edition:

Laura:

02/04 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the forty-ninth edition:

Laura:
Alex:
Ben:
  • Thread safety with Ruby – thread safety with ruby, about data mutability and difficult synchronization.
  • Pass – A Unix password manager with a new CLI interface
  • Git Review – A Review of the Git source code
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Web Slideshow Alternatives (S9 and Friends) ( Feed )
Monday, 31 March 2014
[ANN] Hyper Book (H9) - hybook gem - Build Hypertext Books w/ Markdown
Hello, The Slide Show (S9) gem got a brother or sister, that is, let's welcome the Hyper Book (H9) gem that lets you build hypertext books in two versions, that is, an all-in-one-single-page version and a multi-page version. It's still early - the good news the hybook gem shares (reuses) half a do
Hello, The Slide Show (S9) gem got a brother or sister, that is, let's welcome the Hyper Book (H9) gem that lets you build hypertext books in two versions, that is, an all-in-one-single-page version and a multi-page version. It's still early - the good news the hybook gem shares (reuses) half a do
Brněnské Pyvo + BRUG: Dubnové, 24th April 2014

Brněnské Pyvo + BRUG: Dubnové - 24th April 2014

♦ Czech Republic / Brno

Topics: Python, Ruby

Champions League full data base
Hi all, Gerald, many thanks for football.db in particular and for open source initiatives in general!!! I'm looking for a full log of all UEFA champions league knock out phase matches since 1956, for a my statistic research, and can't find it in a reasonable format. Perhaps someone can direct to a f
Hi all, Gerald, many thanks for football.db in particular and for open source initiatives in general!!! I'm looking for a full log of all UEFA champions league knock out phase matches since 1956, for a my statistic research, and can't find it in a reasonable format. Perhaps someone can direct to a f
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Vienna.rb News ( Feed )
Wednesday, 26 March 2014
Picks / What the vienna.rb Team Thinks Is Worth Sharing This Week

26/03 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the forty-eighth edition:

Laura:

26/03 Picks!

In a series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks – or: what we think is worth sharing – every week. Books, articles, gems, fun stuff… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s for the forty-eighth edition:

Laura:
Alex:
Ben:
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Planet Pluto News & Discussions ( Feed )
Tuesday, 25 March 2014
Migrating blogs.osm.org to pluto
Hi, First of all, thanks for creating pluto, which is a major upgrade over the old planetplanet system I've been using. I've started the migration of blogs.osm.org/ over to pluto. An initial test is running at planet-osm.shaunmcdonald.me.uk/ using code hosted on github: github.
Hi, First of all, thanks for creating pluto, which is a major upgrade over the old planetplanet system I've been using. I've started the migration of http://blogs.osm.org/ over to pluto. An initial test is running at http://planet-osm.shaunmcdonald.me.uk/ using code hosted on github: https://github.
Do you know this?
Hello, I'm a huge fan of sports statistics and machine learning. Do you know these resources? www.football-data.co.uk/data.php www.tennis-data.co.uk/data.php
Hello, I'm a huge fan of sports statistics and machine learning. Do you know these resources? http://www.football-data.co.uk/data.php http://www.tennis-data.co.uk/data.php
Where does data come from, who maintains it?
First let me say, thanks for putting this together, its a great database. I have one question on the data though: What are the primary sources for this data? Also it looks to just be maintained by the creator, do others contribute to the database?
First let me say, thanks for putting this together, its a great database. I have one question on the data though: What are the primary sources for this data? Also it looks to just be maintained by the creator, do others contribute to the database?

pluto/1.0.0 - Ruby/2.0.0 (2013-06-27/x86_64-linux) on Sinatra/1.4.4 (production)