Our leadership team is expanding! Meet Spriha Jha and Julia Schuchard, who are both joining the Code for Philly leadership team. Get to know them!
Code for Philly
We’re working with Penn Medicine to make CHIME a redeployable, reusable open source tool as quickly as we can!
Latest Project Activity
Thousands of people are finding food, especially Senior Citizens and families, on http://PhillyFoodFinder.org.
Alongside this effort, Key Medium also supports various nonprofits & the Government—which got us featured alongside Verizon and others for our Coding for Causes x CfP projects.
See our analytics (feel free to select March 23, when we redesigned, in the top right—and yes this is the lowest bounce rate we’ve ever seen, too): https://datastudio.google.com/open/1qd-_Yr4GXqRbjijJHiDhuwRyteK6Zk1r
Featured as one of the resources for students who are food insecure
How you can help with the CHIME app
Getting a lot of requests for updating/improving the code. Need to consider more in-depth frameworks for testing python code and turning app script into modules. Experienced python developers - come thru!
Code for Philly set up a fork of the repository today to help manage incoming user and contributor interest: https://github.com/CodeForPhilly/chime
Major efforts in the new repository included:
- Setting up a documentation site and consolidating knowledge: https://codeforphilly.github.io/chime/
- Developing a kubernetes deployment: https://github.com/CodeForPhilly/chime/tree/master/k8s
- Deploying a pre-production version of the application to Linode's LKE managed kubernetes: http://lke.penn-chime.phl.io/
- Merge improvements from
- Expand documentation on how to test the Kubernetes deployment locally on minikube
- Automate building container and deploying to LKE on merge to master with GitHub Action workflow
- Add documentation on how local groups can set up their own production deployment