[p2pu-dev] Getting started

Sebastian Voigt sebastian.voigt at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 18:24:19 UTC 2013

Hi Dirk,

thanks for the feedback so far. As there are some more questions i would
like to ask, i will try to get at least a headset to join your community
call tomorrow, if that would make sense or even for a one on one starter
session. My current notebook has its microphone located over the fan
which makes it unbearable for others to listen to me, if they can even
hear me...

It would also be ok for me to use a skype / hangout text-only session
for the start to get some idea where you are headed / what the general
direction for the integration of badges as a replacement (?) for
challenges is.


On 26.06.2013 13:36, Dirk Uys wrote:
> Hey Sebastian!
> That's a very thorough Trello board, super useful!!
> I went through it and answered some of the questions. We can maybe set
> up a google hangout/skype call to talk about things.
> At the end you ask what tasks we manually perform either via the admin
> interface or through the django console. That's probably the best
> starting point in my opinion!
> There are also https://github.com/p2pu/badges and
> https://github.com/p2pu/mechanical-mooc which are a smaller Django
> projects.
> Thanks for your interest and efforts!
> Cheers
> Dirk
> On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 2:50 PM, Sebastian Voigt
> <sebastian.voigt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> wanting to help i am looking for a good starting point. I also have some
>> questions about the project structure and which apps are in use as for
>> example apps.dashboard seems to be a batucada related legacy app. I have
>> created a pad named sebastian on your pad server which contains some
>> more questions and remarks.
>> Greetings from Berlin,
>> Sebastian
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