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  1. Django based social networky type site


  2. toaster Public

    Toaster is a web-based interface to OpenEmbedded and BitBake. Usually Toaster is shipped as part of Bitbake.

    Python 1

  3. Forked from insight-recorder/insight-recorder

    Insight recorder - usability testing tool


  4. locations Public

    locations data lookup


  5. londonlink Public

    London link booking wordpress plugin


  6. wooditude Public

    Location tracking app


700 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

May 2022

Created a pull request in ThreeSixtyGiving/insights-ng that received 3 comments

commands: fetch_data: Switch away from kwargs for publisher

Publisher data may (and has changed) this is a json object in the datastore which isn't defined by the standard so we can't assume a 1:1 mapping of…

+10 −1 3 comments
Opened 4 other pull requests in 4 repositories
ThreeSixtyGiving/registry 1 open
ThreeSixtyGiving/insights-ng 1 merged
ThreeSixtyGiving/360-ds 1 merged
ThreeSixtyGiving/datastore 1 merged
Reviewed 2 pull requests in 2 repositories
ThreeSixtyGiving/360-ds 1 pull request
ThreeSixtyGiving/registry 1 pull request

Created an issue in OpenDataServices/decision-pipeline that received 1 comment

Decision sponsor vs decision facilitator

In our consent decision making docs we define a facilitator as Facilitator: Someone willing to run the consent decision making process. They make …

1 comment
Opened 2 other issues in 2 repositories
ThreeSixtyGiving/insights-ng 1 open
ThreeSixtyGiving/datastore 1 closed
7 contributions in private repositories May 4 – May 23

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