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adriatic opened this Issue Jan 9, 2018 · 3 comments

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adriatic commented Jan 9, 2018

Aurelia Community Users Space members

Based on people's feedback to several GAG articles, the following gentlemen:

are members of the newly created GitHub organization aurelia-community which is the home of all our future projects.

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  • Please check my post in Gitter chatroom ☝️ January 18, 2018 10:15 AM, written to explain that the whole team with a few few compassionate souls that helped me to write the AUCS website, a tool needed to get us started initially and which is expected to be working early next week.
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The just created GitHub organization aurelia-community currently consists of a few repositories

  1. aurelia-community portal the home repo for our website being built at this moment. The few pieces of information about this website are written as the GitHub task named Build the aurelia-community.space website

  2. aurelia-community.github.io is the gh-pages hosted production version of the above described website. It is designed to be the home for our finished projects (documents, samples).

  3. Aurelia CLI guide is the home for our first project GAG - proposal for the first task, a few details of which are mentioned here.

  4. community-wide-collaboration repository has no code - it is the container for all discussions that are global for all our projects.

  5. aurelia-community/Lobby is our out of band signalling meeting place, created to ease the orchestration across of all these different "homes" for our projects. If you need someone's immediate attention (for example to say "please see my newly created PR", use this channel.

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Initial content description

The just created GitHub organization aurelia-community currently consists of a few repositories

  1. aurelia-community portal the home repo for our website being built at this moment. The few pieces of information about this website are written as the GitHub task named Build the aurelia-community.space website

  2. aurelia-community.github.io is the gh-pages hosted production version of the above described website. It is designed to be the home for our finished projects (documents, samples).

  3. Aurelia CLI guide is the home for our first project GAG - proposal for the first task, a few details of which are mentioned here.

  4. community-wide-collaboration repository has no code - it is the container for all discussions that are global for all our projects.

  5. aurelia-community/Lobby is our out of band signalling meeting place, created to ease the orchestration across of all these different "homes" for our projects. If you need someone's immediate attention (for example to say "please see my newly created PR", use this channel.

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Initial tasks

In order to maintain the momentum, I am publishing this post way too early, so please do not mind some of the missing data, difficult to parse paragraphs, etc. My key focus was to create a rudimentary home for our collaboration in GitHub and to sketch the website that will host our products (this website is completely useless, and the few files stored there are the basis for the real development work - to be defined in Start writing the real Aurelia web app (this will be my next immediate task to take on).

Important note: Fleshing out the basic website is clearly the first thing to do. Initially, my plan was to do it myself, but in the interest of getting this off the ground sooner, I am better off writing more definitions of what to do, creating polls to define the list of categories and deliverables in each category, etc. At this time @ormasoftchile (Cristian) and @luisoncu (Luis) have joined me to address all website related issues that I tried to escape 😏.

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Initial tasks

In order to maintain the momentum, I am publishing this post way too early, so please do not mind some of the missing data, difficult to parse paragraphs, etc. My key focus was to create a rudimentary home for our collaboration in GitHub and to sketch the website that will host our products (this website is completely useless, and the few files stored there are the basis for the real development work - to be defined in Start writing the real Aurelia web app (this will be my next immediate task to take on).

Important note: Fleshing out the basic website is clearly the first thing to do. Initially, my plan was to do it myself, but in the interest of getting this off the ground sooner, I am better off writing more definitions of what to do, creating polls to define the list of categories and deliverables in each category, etc. At this time @ormasoftchile (Cristian) and @luisoncu (Luis) have joined me to address all website related issues that I tried to escape 😏.

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We are resuming this discussion in a smaller context and with a lot smaller team in AUCS Project start #2

Anyone from the original list of volunteers or anyone else interested in this project, welcome to rejoin

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adriatic commented Feb 28, 2018

We are resuming this discussion in a smaller context and with a lot smaller team in AUCS Project start #2

Anyone from the original list of volunteers or anyone else interested in this project, welcome to rejoin

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