[Baypiggies] Baypiggies web site

William Deegan bdbaddog at gmail.com
Mon Mar 1 21:34:39 CET 2010


On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:30 AM, K. Richard Pixley <rich at noir.com> wrote:

>  K. Richard Pixley wrote:
> Rami Chowdhury wrote:
> I'm personally +1 to use something like Django or Web2py -- something familiar
> and therefore maintainable.
>  It also needs to be sufficiently modern and sexy enough to attract new
> volunteers.  Ie, something people *want* to work in.
> I should probably clarify.  I don't really know what the right answer is
> nor do I even have a proposal.  I just wanted to temper the advice for
> something stable, familiar, and maintainable, (ie, potentially tired or
> boring), with the need for motivation and attraction.  The right choice for
> the group might be a balance between those things.
> Then again, the right choice might just be to see who volunteers and what
> they propose to use.
I'm willing to do the bulk of the work, and maintain.
Just looking for some addition eyes and advice on which framework to base it
What we need is pretty simple:
* Pages for book reviews with some tagging ability to generate publisher
specific pages
* store book cover images
* store random files for slides from presentations
* store events (and iCal stream maybe)
* home page with next upcoming event, and links to the above.
* some minor user management to allow individuals to edit their book reviews
and "admins" to update events.
* Job listings with auto-expiration (30days).
* probably some javascript based WYSIWYG editor for editting the above.

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