Join in with
What is Joind.In? <ul><li>Event feedback site
Open source
Written in PHP </li></ul>
What is Joind.in?
What is Joind.in?
What is Open Source? <ul>Open source began as, and for the most part still is, software created by a community of people w...
What Can I Do? <ul><li>Report bugs, give feedback </li><ul><li>Http://jira.joind.in </li></ul><li>Replicate bugs
Improve user guides, wiki
Fix code </li><ul><li>Http://github.com/joindin/joind.in </li></ul></ul>
How Do I Give Code? <ul><li>Joind.in uses git and github
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  1. 1. Join in with
  2. 2. What is Joind.In? <ul><li>Event feedback site
  3. 3. Open source
  4. 4. Written in PHP </li></ul>
  5. 5. What is Joind.in?
  6. 6. What is Joind.in?
  7. 7. What is Open Source? <ul>Open source began as, and for the most part still is, software created by a community of people who are dedicated to working together in a highly collaborative and evolutionary way. <li>http://onlamp.com/onlamp/2005/09/15/what-is-opensource.html </li></ul>
  8. 8. What Can I Do? <ul><li>Report bugs, give feedback </li><ul><li>Http://jira.joind.in </li></ul><li>Replicate bugs
  9. 9. Improve user guides, wiki
  10. 10. Fix code </li><ul><li>Http://github.com/joindin/joind.in </li></ul></ul>
  11. 11. How Do I Give Code? <ul><li>Joind.in uses git and github
  12. 12. Make changes
  13. 13. Tell me - “pull request”
  14. 14. We merge and say thankyou :)
  15. 15. Technical support is available! </li></ul>
  16. 16. Our Contributors <ul><li>lornajane (Lorna Jane Mitchell)
  17. 17. enygma (Chris Cornutt)
  18. 18. magicmonkey (Kevin Bowman)
  19. 19. jaytaph (Joshua Thijssen)
  20. 20. akrabat (Rob Allen)
  21. 21. mvriel (Mike van Riel)
  22. 22. BinaryKitten (Kat Reeve)
  23. 23. DragonBe (Michelangelo)
  24. 24. bradley-holt (Bradley Holt)
  25. 25. caseyw (Casey Wilson)
  26. 26. gargoyle (Paul)
  27. 27. elazar (Matthew Turland)
  28. 28. JustinCarmony
  29. 29. themrwilliams (Michael Williams)
  30. 30. jeremykendall (Jeremy Kendall)
  31. 31. derickr (Derick Rethans)
  32. 32. hatfieldje (H Hatfield)
  33. 33. afilina (Anna Filina)
  34. 34. dingram (Dave Ingram) </li></ul><ul><li>rdohms (Rafael Dohms)
  35. 35. jbafford (John Bafford)
  36. 36. fentie (Brian Fenton)
  37. 37. walterebert (Walter Ebert)
  38. 38. revolveweb (Revolve Web)
  39. 39. wilmoore (Wil Moore III)
  40. 40. mvbrakel (Marcel van Brakel)
  41. 41. felixdv (Felix De Vliegher)
  42. 42. jakefolio (Jake Smith)
  43. 43. abhiace9 (Abhishek)
  44. 44. Seldaek (Jordi Boggiano)
  45. 45. dfisch0000
  46. 46. skoop (Stefan Koopmanschap)
  47. 47. Tocacar
  48. 48. pderaaij (Paul de Raaij)
  49. 49. dsp (David Soria Parra) </li></ul><ul>https://github.com/joindin/joind.in/contributors </ul>
  50. 50. Joind.in and The Future <ul><li>https://github.com/joindin/joind.in/wiki/Project-Roadmap
  51. 51. In Summary: </li><ul><li>Branded Sites
  52. 52. Full Data Download
  53. 53. Joind.in JS Widget
  54. 54. Session Voting
  55. 55. Now and Next
  56. 56. Favourite Sessions
  57. 57. Update to CodeIgniter 2.0
  58. 58. Comment Source
  59. 59. Tutorial/Documentation for event admins
  60. 60. Call for Papers
  61. 61. Schedule Generation
  62. 62. API Version 2 </li></ul></ul>
  63. 63. Getting Involved in Open Source <ul><li>JFDI – Just ****ing Do It
  64. 64. “It is easier to gain forgiveness than permission” </li></ul>
  65. 65. Joind.in Starter Kit: <ul><li>Code: http://github.com/joindin/joind.in
  66. 66. Wiki: http://github.com/joindin/joind.in/wiki
  67. 67. Mailing lists: see http://joind.in/about (3 lists)
  68. 68. Bugs: http://joindin.jira.com
  69. 69. Continuous Integration: http://jenkins.joind.in
  70. 70. IRC: #joind.in on freenode
  71. 71. Feedback on this talk: http://joind.in/3816 </li></ul>
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