[p2pu-webcraft] badges and coderwall.com

Philipp Schmidt philipp at p2pu.org
Tue Aug 30 13:31:32 UTC 2011

Adding Brian and Erin who are leading the Open Badges Infrastructure project
that P2PU played a small role starting with Mozilla.

School of Webcraft will issue badges for learning that takes place at P2PU,
but I like the idea of letting users add badges for their contributions
elsewhere. Anyone could define a badge (e.g. used four languages in github
repository) and the definitions would be public (and could be
reviewed/ranked/forked/improved by the community). P2PU would ensure that
all badges are issued into the infrastructure, so they can show up on
personal blogs, FB walls, etc.

All source code at P2PU and School of Webcraft is licensed under MPL.


On 30 August 2011 09:08, elf Pavlik <perpetual-tripper at wwelves.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> I wonder what do you think about system of achievements used by
> http://coderwall.com ?
> I like that it works based on person actual contributions to the source
> code repositories. I would like to see at some point open source,
> decentralized and not dependent on one given service (like github etc.)
> alternative!
> Cheers!
> elf Pavlik
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