[p2pu-dev] Getting started
dirk at p2pu.org
Wed Jun 26 18:49:03 UTC 2013
We normally have a tech call before the community call - starting at
14:15 UTC. You are welcome to join it and ask any questions you might
You are of course also welcome to join the community call!
We can also coordinate a time to hang out at
https://p2pu.hipchat.com/chat or on IRC if you prefer.
On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 8:24 PM, Sebastian Voigt
<sebastian.voigt at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
>> Thanks for your interest and efforts!
>> On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 2:50 PM, Sebastian Voigt
>> <sebastian.voigt at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 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,
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