# Overview

## Installation

First you have to clone this repository and all its submodules:

git clone git@bitbucket.org:PySV/pycon_de_website.git
cd pycon_de_website
git submodule init
git submodule update


Next create a virtualenv and install all the requirments into it. In this example we are using virtualenvwrapper to manage the virtualenv:

mkvirtualenv pyconde_website
workon pyconde_website
pip install -r requirements.txt


Now that this is complete, prepare the settings:

cd pyconde
cp settings.py.dist settings.py
cd ..


Everything should be in place now to initialize the database. If you want to use SQLite be warned that there are some issues with the migration steps done for some of django-cms' plugins. Therefor you will most likely have to run this:

python manage.py syncdb --noinput --all
python manage.py migrate --fake


If you want to use PostgreSQL (which is also used in production for this site), alter the DATABASES section of your pyconde/settings.py accordingly and then run following command:

python manage.py syncdb --noinput --migrate


For PyCONDE we have prepared a bunch of fixtures that provide some basic conference data:

python manage.py loaddata fixtures/conference-setup.json


After this is done, you should already have a working site, but it is still empty. To change that we have to create an admin user in order to gain access to the admin panel:

python manage.py createsuperuser


This will prompt a couple of questions you have to fill out. After this is complete, start the development-server on port 8000 with:

python manage.py runserver 8000


As a final step you have to create a frontpage in the via http://localhost:8000/admin/cms/page/add/.