Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of BluePrint/Sunflower


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Timestamp:
01/31/14 00:27:00 (8 years ago)
Author:
Michael Howden
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    3232* People interested in Sahana software will use Sunflower to find out how Sahana software is used by different organizations around the world.
    3333* Active deployments can use Sunflower as a destination for posting tasks related to their specific project.
    34 * SSF members can use Sunflower to track the status of internal projects, update directories or contacts and organizations, and log information about opportunities for grants and jobs.
     34* SSF contributors can use Sunflower to track the status of internal projects, update directories or contacts and organizations, and log information about opportunities for grants and jobs.
    3535* Users can view news feeds from peer organizations and thought leaders.
    3636* User Organizations would maintain an up to date profile (contacts, details about deployment), etc.
     
    4747=== Points ===
    4848There have been suggestions that we determine a way in which to recognise top contributors - one way of doing this would be to give people "Points" (Sunflower seeds?) for completing tasks. This could work something like:
    49 * All members can vote on the number of points a task is worth (0-5). The value of the task is the average of those votes. If there are no votes, a task gets 1 point.
    50   * Tasks are often assigned value by the person who creates them.  I think that's a good way to establish not just their difficulty but also their priority level.  Additionally, it would be nice if the person who completes the task also indicates the amount of time they put into that task. Both factors could be recorded to create more useful information about community members and their contributions.
    51 * When a task is completed, the member that the task is assigned to gets the average value of their votes (although their own vote is ignored)
     49* All contributors can vote on the number of points a task is worth (0-5). The value of the task is the average of those votes. If there are no votes, a task gets 1 point.
     50  * Tasks are often assigned value by the person who creates them.  I think that's a good way to establish not just their difficulty but also their priority level.  Additionally, it would be nice if the person who completes the task also indicates the amount of time they put into that task. Both factors could be recorded to create more useful information about community contributors and their contributions.
     51* When a task is completed, the contributors that the task is assigned to gets the average value of their votes (although their own vote is ignored)
    5252* On the homepage the top contributors based on points accumulated over the past month are displayed
    5353* We can also keep historic point talleys over time
     
    8080   * Syndicating news feeds from specific organizations RSS feeds, which is how news comes into the NYCPrepared EDEN.
    8181* Register as Contributors would disappear when logged in
    82 * You could toggle between members & deployment layers on the map
     82* You could toggle between contributors & deployment layers on the map
    8383* You could toggle between all tasks & tasks for beginners
    8484* Do we want to switch the boxs for tasks & news?
     
    114114* Map
    115115* Calendars
     116
    116117==== Organisations ====
    117118Does it make sense having a list or all organisations here? Or just partners?
     
    120121* Chart
    121122* Map
     123
     124==== Report a Bug ====
     125
     126=== Users ===
     127==== Public ====
     128All users will be able to do the following (whether or not they are logged in):
     129* View All Information
     130* Add a Task / Bug Report
     131
     132==== Contributors ====
     133Any person who has registered in and had their account approved by an admin will be able to edit:
     134* Projects
     135* Tasks
     136* Deployments
     137* Their own profile information
     138
     139==== Peer Organisation ====
     140Any person who has registered as a part of an organization and had their account approved by an admin from the organisation will be able to edit:
     141* Projects
     142* Tasks
     143* Deployments
     144* Their own Profile Information
     145* Their Organisation Profile
     146
     147==== Admin ====
     148Admins will be able to do everything
    122149
    123150== Implementation ==