Track whitewashing on Wikipedia.
WikiWash requires NodeJS which can be installed either by downloading the installer or by using a package manager.
$ git clone email@example.com:twg/wikiwash.git $ cd wikiwash $ npm install $ bower install $ npm start
the application should now be available at http://localhost:3000.
WikiWash has been developed on Mac OS X and deployed on Linux, but in theory, should work on any operating system. If you've tried running WikiWash on your own machine, feel free to edit this README to update the above instructions.
Issues & Contributions
Found a problem with WikiWash? Submit an issue to let us know.
Feel free to add as much detail a you can, including:
- The observed behaviour
- The expected behaviour
- Environment details (device, operating system, browser, resolution, etc.)
- Artifacts (screenshots, screencasts, error messages)
You can also use
Labels to categorize your issues.
||The type of issue is being reported.|
||The issue's importance in relation to other issues. Higher priority is given to stability, or glaring user experience issues.|
||The area of the app that is affected by this issue.|
||The browser or device affected uniquely affected.|
||Other details to help with reproducing/resolving.|
||Effort to resolve this isusue. To be used by developers only.|
||The current workflow state of the issue.|
||If not fixed, why the issue was closed.|
See something that you'd like to change? We're all ears! Please, feel free to fork WikiWash on Github and submit a pull request to merge changes back into the application.
This project uses
- Angular as a browser application framework
- Bower for front-end dependency management
- Express as an http server framework
- Gulp for our web application assembly
- Jade as our HTML template engine
- Mocha for testing
- NodeJS as a development environment
- npm for dependency management and build system
- PM2 for deployment automation and process monitoring
- Till as a local file/S3 cache server