groundstation is a decentralised task/project management suite.
The core of its implementation is an object store of linked immutable objects that are synced via a gossip protocol.
The current version uses libgit2 as a storage backend, but doesn't use many git primitives, beyond git's objects as a storage medium. This may change in the future.
groundstation uses pygit2 under the hood for its git interactions, and some features that it depends on have not landed in a stable release yet.
groundstation hinges on the notion of protocols internally- groundstation core provides you with content addressable storage, but it's up to you to work out what to actually do with that data.
That said, groundstation does ship with some protocol adaptors. Adaptors take
name@domain:adaptor-version, and until such time as a release is
already, everything that ships with groundstation will be released with
email@example.com as the email.
groundstation uses babashka for managing it's dependencies. If you have it installed, you should be able to do something like:
babashka groundstation_dev and wind up with a working environment. Maybe.
- install development libgit2 (on OSX this is streamlined by
brew install --HEAD libgit2)
pip install -r requirements.txt