Member and shop visit application implemented in Rails by the San Francisco Bike Kitchen
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Freehub

Freehub is a Rails application created by the San Francisco Bike Kitchen to track members and visits to the shop in San Francisco.

It is built as a multi-tentant system and deployed at freehub.bikekitchen.org where it is also used by several other community bike shops.

This project home is github.com/asalant/freehub. For project details, support, developer guide and more see wiki.github.com/asalant/freehub/.

bicicocina fork

This is a fork of freehub for the Bicycle Kitchen in Los Angeles.

Included features in the fork are tracking of a persons projects.

A person starts a project by picking out a bike, in some state of disrepair, and, for an agreed upon cost-of-completion, we'll store the project for them until they're done fixing it up.

Projects have a deadline. Occasionally a project will be abandoned or take excessively long to complete. Sometimes a client will complete a project, “lose it”, and immediately start a new project bike several times in sucession. Hopefully, we can use this tool to track the flow of projects through the kitchen to our clients, gaining a better understanding of who we serve and how they use the space, while also mitigating the cost of anyone taking advantage of the space.