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Re: [Social-mediagoblin] long live 0.0.1! what's next for 0.0.2?

From: Deborah Nicholson
Subject: Re: [Social-mediagoblin] long live 0.0.1! what's next for 0.0.2?
Date: Tue, 3 May 2011 10:15:22 -0400

> I'm actually going to be out this month a lot because of traveling for
> work and Libre Graphics Meeting (I hope to see quite a few of you there)
> is messing up my weekend-time.  The one thing I know I need to finish:
> I can finish that this month (and a lot is hinging on me doing so) but
> beyond that I'm not sure what I'll be able to do.  I think Will has a
> pretty good idea of how things are going and for everything he doesn't
> he has a direct link to me.  But I still wonder if me being gone quite a
> bit this month means we should aim to release 0.0.2 at the end of June
> rather than the end of May.
> Here are things I'd like to see happen for 0.0.2:
>  - Get image processing done and get images to be listed and viewable,
>   really basically, by finishing
>  - Get basic theming in place
>  - Other things like user confirmation email handling, etc.
>  - ???
> So maybe now is a good time to assess who's on list and is interested in
> doing these things:
>  - backend / python programming
>  - frontend / javascript stuff
>  - graphic design / theming / template work
>  - documentation

If there is python programming that could be done by very
new-to-python programmers, we are rapidly building up a store of such
folks in Boston. I would be happy to help organize and host a hackfest
aimed at very new folks IF someone could help me with the exactly what
people should do at such an event and get people unstuck when they get
stuck. Maybe just 6 folks and one mentor to start?

Tell me more about how the templates will work. Is that a python task
or a Django thing or something else?


> If you're interested in one of these things, please speak up on list, or
> email me privately.  I'd like to get an idea of who has what skills and
> what tasks we can start having people work on!
> Thanks much,
>  - cwebb
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