[CentralOH] COhPy website
godber at gmail.com
Mon Apr 22 22:37:03 CEST 2013
I thought I'd add another take on this whole Python Group Website. I am
slowly building a Python group in Phoenix (where I moved to after leaving
the Columbus area) and I am going to take the static site route. The
allows me to host the site entirely on github. This combination has the
* Static sites are portable and reliable
* Anyone can contribute via a pull request or even a patch.
* Contributors gain experience using git source control
At this point, I don't have much. Just a stub site: http://desertpy.com.
I am adding a presentation site, for static HTML presentations, as well:
I haven't made an index page and that presentation is not yet done. I
think I will be using pelican (http://docs.getpelican.com/en/3.1.1/) for
On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 1:03 PM, Eric Floehr <eric at intellovations.com>wrote:
> Right now, COhPy.org redirects to the meetup page. There was some talk at
> a few of the previous meetings about building an actual web app (in Python
> of course :-). I just wanted to share something from the Python group
> organizers link that might be of interest.
> The Kansas City group is still using meetup, but is using the API and
> hosting on gondor.io (same place used by PyOhio.org) a custom web app.
> Here is the original newsgroup email:
> I'm Juan from Kansas City and you're right that we do use the meetup API
> to pull information from meetup.com and display it in our website.
> You can take a look at our website here: http://pythonkc.com/
> and the source code for the website is here: https://github.com/pythonkc/*
> *pythonkc.com <https://github.com/pythonkc/pythonkc.com>
> We host the website on Gondor (https://gondor.io/) so there's some Gondor
> specific stuff in the code, but you can modify it to re-use it on any
> hosting provider.
> Hope this help and I'd be glad to answer any other questions you might
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