This is the default theme for the Pybossa server.
PyBossa was inspired by the BOSSA crowdsourcing engine but is written in python (hence the name!). It can be used for any distributed tasks project but was initially developed to help scientists and other researchers crowd-source human problem-solving skills!
See it in Action
PyBossa powers CrowdCrafting.org and ForestWatchers.net
Installing and Upgrading
This theme is automatically grabbed and installed in the PyBossa server when you clone the server with the option --recursive, as this theme is included as a sub-module in PyBossa.
Modifying VueJS components
PYBOSSA is using VueJS for some of its components. For example, creating and editing blog posts is done via the API using a VueJS App.
All the code is going to be usually installed in the /static/src folder, but it may vary in the future. Check for each template, and see from where it comes.
For more information about how to modify/edit/improve VueJS, just check the docs of the official site.
If you want to enable the translations for your PyBossa server, you'll have to create a symbolic link of the translations folder into the pybossa root folder:
ln -s pybossa/themes/pybossa-default-theme/translations pybossa/translations
Then, restart the server and you'll be done. NOTE: be sure to enable/disable the locales that you want to use.
Creating a new theme
In order to create a new theme, fork this repository and make all the required changes in the templates and static folder.
If you want to contribute to the project, please, check the CONTRIBUTING file.
It has the instructions to become a contributor.
Copyright / License
Copyright 2015 SciFabric LTD.
Source Code License: The GNU Affero General Public License, either version 3 of the License or (at your option) any later version. (see COPYING file)
The GNU Affero General Public License is a free, copyleft license for software and other kinds of works, specifically designed to ensure cooperation with the community in the case of network server software.
Documentation and media is under a Creative Commons Attribution License version 3.