[CentralOH] Sprints - cohpy.org Web Site

Michael S. Yanovich yanovich.1 at buckeyemail.osu.edu
Sun Oct 4 01:38:03 CEST 2009

I would be interested in helping with the website through these sprints. 
I can see this as a fun and effective way to get the group active. I'm 
am not familiar with Django but considering we are a Python group I 
think Django would make the most sense.

Michael S. Yanovich
yanovich.1 at osu.edu

On 10/03/2009 05:40 PM, Scott Scites wrote:
> I communicated with Eric Floehr this week about having sprints to 
> develop the cohpy.org <http://cohpy.org> web site.
> The idea I floated would be to open source the code on a distributed 
> source code manager like bitbucket (if it comes back up) or github ( 
> thanks for the speed Rackspace).  This way we can all contribute 
> through participation in sprints and well as through 
> patches/enhancement submissions and such.
> A few of the many things to decide are: What framework?  What pages 
> and functionality to develop?  etc.  Eric will set aside time in the 
> October meeting for further discussion.
> In the interim, is any one interested in participating in upcoming 
> Sprints?  Which framework would the group like to use?  Any strong 
> preferences for distributed source code repository?
> Hopefully this will be one of many open source contributions our group 
> can create.
> Scott Scites
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