Changes between Version 102 and Version 103 of ProjectInformation


Ignore:
Timestamp:
10/28/10 11:23:15 (11 years ago)
Author:
Michael Howden
Comment:

--

Legend:

Unmodified
Added
Removed
Modified
  • ProjectInformation

    v102 v103  
     1[[TOC]]
     2= Project Information =
     3
     4This page contains ideas for projects which contributors with diverse skills and expertise can work on. Projects are into:
     5* Non-Coding
     6* Basic Coding
     7* Advanced Coding
     8People are welcome to start working on any project which interests them. They are advised to notify [wiki:MailingList Mailing List] first, to get the latest status of the project and ensure that there is no overlap and are welcome to contact community members on [wiki:Chat] for assistance.
     9
     10=== Events and Programs ===
     11This list is used to provide projects for people attending various Sahana Events and Programs. Projects which are suitable for specific events/programs will be marked with its initials, however people associated with these events are still welcome to work on the projects. 
     12
     13==== Google Code In 2010 (GIC) ====
     14'''[http://wiki.sahanafoundation.org/doku.php/foundation:sahana_gci1011 Google Code In 2010-11]'''
     15
     16==== Grace Hopper Celebration Codeathon for Humanity 2010 (GHC) ====
    117'''[http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/GHC2010 GHC2010 Sahana-Eden Home]'''
    2 
    318''Each Codeathon table has an etherpad page for collaboration -- '''[ProjectAssignments find your table's page here]''' ''.
    419
    5 [[TOC]]
    6 = Codeathon Projects =
    7 
    8 Since we expect GHC2010 Codeathon participants to reflect diverse skills and expertise, we have identified a range of projects. Regardless of the amount of coding needed, all of these are useful!
    9 
    10 == Projects that do not involve programming ==
     20== Non-Coding Projects ==
     21''Projects that do not involve programming.''
    1122
    1223==== ''Usability'' ==== #Usability
     
    6273 * Step-by-step documentation -- we have been concentrating on Windows & Debian/Ubuntu so other distros are poorly-documented.
    6374
    64 == Projects for beginning coders, or if new to Python or web services ==
     75== Basic Coding Projects ==
     76''Projects for beginning coders, or if new to Python or web services''
    6577
    6678==== ''Bug fixing'' ====
     
    102114 * Installation scripts or packages for operating systems and distributions that aren't already available (i.e. other than Windows or Debian/Ubuntu).
    103115
    104 == Projects for more experienced coders ==
     116== Advanced Coding Projects ==
     117''Projects for more experienced coders.''
    105118
    106119Some things to keep in mind when planning new modules or major features: