richard is a video index site.
It's pretty basic at the moment. I'm adding functionality as I need it for http://pyvideo.org/. If you're looking at this or using it at this stage, then you're either a friend of mine or you're intrigued by the future possibilities.
- Maximize ease of finding the video you're looking for.
- Minimize site upkeep and maintenance---it's an index and it should pretty much run itself.
- Make it easy for others to help maintain the index data.
- Minimize work for adding new video.
Features richard currently has:
- index of videos
- site news
- site-wide notifications
- support for HTML5 video
- hard-coded Universal Subtitles support for YouTube videos
- site search
- decent looking style
- decent documentation
- feeds: every listing should have a feed view of it
- better more universal Universal Subtitles support
- Do Not Track support
- on-site support for importing conferences of videos and individual videos
There is no released version of richard, yet. If you look at the commit history, you'll see we're moving along with functionality. When we hit a critical mass of important bits, we'll do a round of polish and release a 0.1. Until then, if you want to use it, you should use it from git master.
And join us on the IRC channel!
- Issue tracker:
Documentation is in the
docs/directory including docs for installing, upgrading, deploying, contributing, ...
Most recent docs are at: http://richard.readthedocs.org/
- IRC channel:
Want to help?
Is this project useful to you now? Do you think it might be useful to you in the future? Does it sound like something you want to be involved in?
I'd love to have help! We have a special Contributor's Guide in the richard manual that covers how to get richard set up for hacking on it, the kinds of things we need help on, and all the sorts of things you'd want to know about the project.
Install, Upgrade, Configuration
See the richard documentation.