[Chicago] Chance to try out AppEngine (and make my life easier)

Kevin Boers kboers at leapfrogonline.com
Wed Apr 9 00:21:58 CEST 2008


This sounds like a great idea; I'd love to help out!

As it happens, I don't have a github account, so if you want to pass  
an invite my way, that'd be awesome.


On Apr 8, 2008, at 4:53 PM, Cosmin Stejerean wrote:

> Well, it seems there is an ability to invite developers to collaborate
> with you on an application.
> I've been planning for a while to create a better interface to the
> Metra train times (metrarail.com). I'd like something with Twitter
> integration (so I can ask from SMS what the next train is) and a
> smarter ability to search (remember my stations and only show me
> upcoming train times for the current day of the week by default).
> I've started working towards this in Django but it seems like a
> perfect excuse to to start doing some AppEngine work. Let me know if
> you'd like to help with this and I can try to add you as a developer
> to the project (you'll need Git for this, I have 2 GitHub invitations
> left if anyone is interested). Also let me know if you have any other
> suggestions or ideas for the project.
> --
> Cosmin Stejerean
> http://blog.offbytwo.com
> PS.
> Completely unrelated but, you have the ability to restrict
> authentication to your Google Apps domain. This means it is possible
> to create (and perhaps resell) applications designed for internal use
> only and integrate it into the existing Google Mail, Docs, etc.
> http://code.google.com/appengine/articles/domains.html
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