The Public Media Kitchen Toolkit
There is too much duplication of effort in public media product development. We can do a better job sharing practices and things we build for ourselves that could be useful to others. The Public Media Kitchen Toolkit is a collection of interesting things we're all working on. The intention is first to inform but over time move to direct collaboration.
The Toolkit itself is the
index.html file in this repo that lists summaries and links to the respective project. The rules for listing things:
- If it is a link to software, the page linked to the project must clearly explain what the project is and how to use it.
- If it is instead a process or methodology, the link should clearly explain how it works.
- Even if the project is not readily extensible in it's current form, it should be a project open for collaboration.
By participating in this project you agree to abide by the above terms.
The pull request needs a useful title. Pull requests with
Update index.html as title will be closed without review.
Please ensure your pull request adheres to the following guidelines:
- Review the list carefully before adding your project - there's a chance someone has already listed your project.
- Additions should be added in alphabetical order within the relevant category.
- Make an individual pull request for each project listing.
- Use the following format:
<div class="listing"> <h3><a href="[url-to-project]">[Project Name]</a>: [Subhead description no longer than 140 character]</h3>followed by
<p>[a paragraph less than 500 characters.]</p>and a closing
- Check your spelling and grammar.
- The pull request and commit should have a useful title.
- New categories or improvements to existing categorization are welcome, but must also be submitted with individual pull requests.