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- Improve checkin/checkout workflow - DONE
- Make checkins automatically expire after 3 hrs inactivity - DONE
- Make updates editable by their author - DONE
- Show tags on project details page
- Create separate auto-complete fields when editing a project or member profile for tech and topic tags
- Improve registration workflow
- Implement "how to get started" workflow / flowchart
- Incorporate project updates into homepage
- Global and in-project requests board
- Restore rich markdown editor for project README
- Implement member mentions in markdown
- Somehow index mentions and send alerts?
- Add twitter field to profiles
- On the "Mission" page, fix the browser tab title text so it reads "Mission" instead of "How to Help" - DONE
- Improve member's ability to comment and collaborate on projects.
- Provide a better incentive / way to have project owners link to their individual task lists / workflow board (ie Trello) on their respective project pages.
- Give members a means to suggest, comment, and +1 new project ideas.
Consider enhancing the 'Register' page by adding content / context to: - Why they should register? - What will they “get” once they register? - Will I get spammed? Is there a periodic newsletter? - What if I just want to receive the newsletter? - Show the tags for a project on the project view page
To log some buzz, open the buzz create page and select the relevant project, or click the "Log Buzz" button next to a project's activity feed header
You can now edit and delete project updates after you've posted them!
No more posting follow-ups to correct mistakes and no more excuses for sloppy markdown ;-)
The project editing and update editing forms are both equipped with EpicEditor now for easier markdown editing and preview
Hello to all Code for Philly People. Here are some mockups of a design for the Code for Philly logo. I would like feedback when able.
Some great updates tonight!
@ryon55 cleaned up the CSS for the sidebars and activity on the home page, and gave the members page some much-needed love
I implemented the bootstrap-tagsinput widget on the edit profile page and edit project page so that you can tag yourself and your projects with tech:* and topic:* tags that link to the home page sidebar
New homepage design launched! Now featuring project updates front-and-center, a tag-based directory for members and projects, and a new checkin system based on events and projects that you don't have to remember to check out of!
Mockup up a new homepage concept: https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.hipchat.com/22383/118162/7nlin1yvd5nhxwk/codeforphilly%20mockup.pdf
Added List of Projects Member is assigned to on Member page
Twitter field added to profiles
Project pages use a lot more bootstrap now — forms are hidden behind menu-accessible modals and everything has responsive grid layout + proper structures
Some recent minor changes:
- Created checkout-all tool for admins
- Moved navbar source to unified site.tpl and cleaned up formatting
- Checked-in people on homepage now have mouseover tooltips with their names
- Homepage now features latest member, next meetup, and CfA pitch
- Default avatar is liberty bell now
Project updates now have permalinks and their own tweet feed + link
- Project updates
- Staff can remove project members
- Staff can reassign project maintainer
- Home page uses main site template
- Server-side markdown rendering