[Linux-aus] Proposing a membership subcommittee
mikal at stillhq.com
Tue Jan 20 07:39:20 AEDT 2015
I've added you to the wiki page. I'm away on work travel next week, so
I promise we wont do anything until at least early February.
On Tue, Jan 20, 2015 at 9:10 AM, Paul Wayper <paulway at mabula.net> wrote:
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> On 16/01/15 08:18, Neill Cox 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.
> I'm interested in this project as well.
> I'm also interested in what services we can provide to members using this
> new system. I think the basic things we have - people becoming members,
> members voting in elections and so on - can be updated but won't
> fundamentally change. Are there things that we can do with an updated
> memberdb interface that will further improve what Linux Australia can offer
> to members or vice versa? Not just "people at conferences becoming LA
> members through a secondary interface", but maybe handling LUG membership
> (for LUGs who want that)? Registering for jobs or posting job ads?
> This may be better discussed in person - and I'm currently in Brisbane. If
> the Neill / Mikal collective in Canberra can be persuaded to hold off until
> mid February when I return... :-)
>> 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!
> Have fun,
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