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We could also do some moin hacking, if there is interest.
 
We could also do some moin hacking, if there is interest.
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In moin2, we use quite some 3rd party python stuff, like:
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* whoosh - indexed search library
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* Flask + misc. extensions - micro framework
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* Jinja2 - templating
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* Werkzeug - http stuff
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* flatland - forms and validation
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* pygments - highlighting source/texts
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* pytest - testing framework
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* sphinx - documentation generation
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* XStatic - include static files the python way
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So, if you're interested in any of them, we can talk about some of them also.
  
 
== Participants ==
 
== Participants ==

Revision as of 04:27, 5 October 2012

Contents

MoinMoin Wiki

MoinMoin is a wiki written in Python. The current stable release 1.9.x is used at many community sites, in intranets and on local desktop installations.

We are currently mostly working on MoinMoin 2.0 (short: moin2), which is a rewrite of the codebase, quite different internally, much more powerful and easier to hack than 1.x was.

moin developers visiting Noisebridge

Bastian Blank and Thomas Waldmann will be in California between Oct, 12 2012 and Oct, 26 2012.

We'll likely visit Noisebridge between the 22nd and 24th Oct (and we'll be at Baypiggies meeting on the 25th in case we won't meet at Noisebridge).

To find the best date / time, please enter your name and availability there:

http://www.doodle.com/7v7dnqngh9v7bcf4

Topics

We could do a small presentation about moin2:

  • what is it?
  • what's new? (in general and also recent news from GSOC 2012)
  • what needs to be done to release it, how you can help
  • Q&A

We could also do some moin hacking, if there is interest.

In moin2, we use quite some 3rd party python stuff, like:

  • whoosh - indexed search library
  • Flask + misc. extensions - micro framework
  • Jinja2 - templating
  • Werkzeug - http stuff
  • flatland - forms and validation
  • pygments - highlighting source/texts
  • pytest - testing framework
  • sphinx - documentation generation
  • XStatic - include static files the python way

So, if you're interested in any of them, we can talk about some of them also.

Participants

  • Thomas Waldmann (moin core developer and maintainer), contact: tw-public AT gmx DOT de
  • Bastian Blank (moin core developer)
  • ...
  • (please add your name above, maybe add your moin/wiki/python related interests and/or skills, so we can address them)
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