zephod at gmail.com
Wed Mar 7 12:05:09 GMT 2012
Well currently it's a Jekyll site with one "blogpost" for every project.
For a bit of fun I wrote a generator script which reads our registry
extracting the name/description/etc of the projects with OKFN Labs = True
and creating those blogpost entries.
It all needs cleaning up, and that's something I can do this afternoon. I
* Add the generator script to the repository
* Tidy it up and generate a useable project list (dropping the Working
Groups etc which shouldn't be listed)
* Tidy up the site front-end in its current format (Nick: It totally does
look like a teenager's half baked project)
I've been crazy keen to use this site to aggregate things like GitHub feeds
and mailing list activity. Hosted on a static GitHub server, though, might
be a limitation. Maybe there's a future in turning the site into a Flask
app deployed on one of our EC2 servers. Just putting it out there.
On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 11:38 AM, Gregor Aisch <gregor.aisch at okfn.org> wrote:
> Hi guys, finally managed to join this list as well.
> And yes, I agree with Friedrich about joining vislab and lab sites. Good
> thing to have everything on one site.
> Let's make okfnlabs.org a really cool place for code.
> Next steps?
> okfn-labs mailing list
> okfn-labs at lists.okfn.org
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