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Sunflower is a template that will be used by the Sahana Software Foundation (SSF) as a community management and coordination tool.
Sahana Sunflower will help the Sahana Software Foundation manage information about:
- grants and funding opportunities
- peer organizations
It will also be used to promote our work to the general public. One potential use is to generate iframes with deployment information and maps that can be embedded in the SSF website.
- Volunteers will use Sunflower to manage community tasks so that they know what needs to be done.
- Newcomers to the Sahana Community will use Sahana Sunflower to find out what they can do to contribute to Sahana Software Foundation projects.
- People interested in Sahana software will use Sunflower to find out how Sahana software is used by different organizations around the world.
- Active deployments can use Sunflower as a destination for posting tasks related to their specific project.
- 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.
- Users can view news feeds from peer organizations and thought leaders.
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Data models for Sunflower objects can be found here: https://docs.google.com/a/sarapisfoundation.org/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0ArhSktWsQi1VdE5lQncyYWNESUxsdXdDYUI3ZEg1dEE&usp=sharing
- View a list of Sahana Volunteers
- Show a Volunteer Profile page with a list of the tasks that they have completed
- View a list of tasks needing to be done for Sahana
- View a map/table/chart of Sahana Deployments
- Log a task that needs to be done in Sahana
- View a list of internal Sahana contacts.
- View a list of peer organizations.
- View a list of opportunities (grants, jobs, etc) and their status.
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