Open Badge Passport community edition
Open Badges is an open standard developed by the Mozilla Foundation to recognize, validate and demonstrate learning that happens anywhere. Open Badges are digital credentials, created and issued by organizations such as schools, vocational organizations, companies and employers for their students, members, staff, clients or partners.
Open Badge Passport is a platform for badge earners to easily receive, save and organize their Open Badges and share them on social media such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. Salava (this project) is the open source implementation of the currently running proof-of-concept. Our first goal is to have the same feature set and then build on that.
Quickest way to see what this project is about is to create an account in Open badge Passport (it's free) and play around with that.
The project is still in its early stages and not really suitable for any real use. Still, you can try it out.
The code is known to work with Ubuntu Linux, Oracle Java 8 and MariaDb 10. We use Leiningen as dependency manager. For building scss files you need a sass compiler, such as sassc. On OS X you can use Homebrew:
Install sass compiler
$ brew install sassc
Linux Users -- a system installation of sassc is recommended
1 Install libtool
apt-get install autotools-dev autoconf libtool # Alpine yum install automake libtool # RedHat Linux
2 Get sources # using git is preferred
git clone https://github.com/sass/libsass.git git clone https://github.com/sass/sassc.git
3 Compile LibSass
#Create configure script cd libsass #navigate to libsass repo autoreconf --force --install cd .. #then create custom makefiles cd libsass ./configure \ --disable-tests \ --enable-shared \ --prefix=/usr cd .. #Then build the library make -C libsass -j4 #Install the library make -C libsass install
4 Compile SassC
#Create configure script cd sassc #navigate to libsass repo autoreconf --force --install cd .. #then create custom makefiles cd sassc ./configure \ --enable-shared \ --prefix=/usr cd .. #Then build the library make -C sassc -j4 #Install the library make -C sassc install #Check if compiler installed properly sassc --version
Install the database.
#MacOs $ brew install mariadb #Linux $ sudo apt-get install mariadb-server
Start the database:
#MacOS $ mysql.server start #Linux $ sudo mysqld
Create the database:
$mysql -u root -p >create database salava; >create database salava_test; >create user 'salava'@'localhost' identified by 'salava'; >grant all privileges on salava.* to 'salava'@'localhost'; >grant all privileges on salava_test.* to 'salava'@'localhost'; >quit
Create your config files for development and testing:
$ cp resources/config/core.edn.base resources/config/core.edn $ cp resources/test_config/core.edn.base resources/test_config/core.edn
Edit the files and add your db settings etc.
Create a directory to store files that are uploaded or created by Salava. Add the directory to the config file (keyword :data-dir).
# Initialize your db and insert some sample data $ lein migrator-reset # Build translation files $ lein translate # Start figwheel, cljsbuild and scss compiler $ lein develop # (in another terminal) # Start application server $ lein repl # ... user=> (go) # Load test config and run all tests user=> (toggle-test-mode) user=> (run-tests) # Switch back to development mode user=> (toggle-test-mode)
- OAuth (Google)
- Full text search
- Admin tools
- Fix existing tests
- More tests
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