[Linux-aus] Proposing a membership subcommittee

Michael Cordover la at mjec.net
Fri Jan 16 09:27:26 EST 2015

I'm keen to be involved in this stuff.

 - Michael

On 16 January 2015 at 11:18, Neill Cox <neill at ingenious.com.au> wrote:
> I am definitely interested in modernising memberdb.
> At this point I have a proof of concept that:
> - Uses the current database schema
> - Exposes a REST API via a flask/sqlalchemy
> - Provides a UI built on AngularJS and bootstrap
> It's very early but looks like it should work.
> There's lots still to do though and I'm keen to talk to anyone else
> interested in being involved.
> I'd also like to thank Stewart Smith for all of his work on the current
> memberdb, it's nice to have a sane design to start from!
> Cheers,
> Neill
> On Fri, Jan 16, 2015 at 11:06 AM, Michael Still <mikal at stillhq.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> this came up at the AGM and I think I was tricked into sending this
>> email then. There are a few of us interested in addressing systemic
>> issues with the way LA handles membership. Things like:
>>  - updating the memberdb code to something more modern
>>  - ensuring that when a LCA delegate checks the LA membership check
>> box they actually get added as a member
>>  - finding out why people who have dropped membership did so
>> I am sure there are other things we should do, but I don't want to
>> pre-empt the process too much. I also see this being a short term
>> thing and not an ongoing effort -- we just need a bit of a sprint to
>> pay down our accumulated debt in this area.
>> Who is interested in having a go at some of these problems?
>> Cheers,
>> Michael

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