[pp.int.general] PirateWeb demo
glenn.kerbein at pirate-party.us
Mon Dec 29 07:16:19 CET 2008
Just for the sake of full disclosure, PPUS still hasn't come up with a
proper administration page, nor software.
Showing these off is a great opportunity for us to get something set up
David Arcos wrote:
> I'm in (the Spanish) Pirata IT's department. I have forwarded your mail to
> About PirateWeb demo:
> * first of all, it's written on ASP.net, we (in Pirata, as in many pirate
> parties) refuse to run privative software. I don't want to start a flamewar,
> but ASP.net+IIS+Windows are not very reliable IMHO.
> * the appearance is fine, but without seeing how it works, I cannot judge.
> For now the demo is just this menu, right?
> About our "piratadmin":
> * piratadmin is the codename for Pirata's "control panel". It's developed in
> django (http://www.djangoproject.com/)
> * production environment: https://admin.partidopirata.es/ (sorry, no "demo"
> account yet)
> * All our code is Free (as in Freedom), it's available here:
> in particular, piratadmin code:
> * we plan to do a new interface (facebook-style UI), so the users can enjoy
> a more comfortable experience while voting and managing their accounts
> * we encourage all the pirates to download our code, use it, ask us
> questions, ask for new features (just submit a ticket, a patch if possible)
> About other IT teams:
> * Shouldn't we consider doing a *joint international IT team*? We are
> working in the same (or very similar) issues, and there is no need to
> reinvent the wheel each time.
> * There are >10 Pirate Parties, do we really need >10 IT teams? Do we really
> want to develop the same applications >10 times?
> On Sun, Dec 28, 2008 at 11:21 PM, Rick Falkvinge (Piratpartiet) <
> rick at piratpartiet.se> wrote:
>> Some of you folks have wondered what pp.se's admin tool PirateWeb can
>> do. I put together a quick demo showing the menu and some brief intro text:
>> (It originally ran under Windows due simply due to my having more
>> experience with development on that platform at the time, but mostly
>> runs under Mono now. Some parts remain to be ported.)
>> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
>> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
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