code curious workshop organising app
|Mentor||Ferdous, Alexandra, Astrid (ferbsx)|
|Suitable for Beginners?||no|
|Applications (1st Choice)||6 (5 submitted | 1 in-progress)|
|Applications (2nd Choice)||4 (4 submitted | 0 in-progress)|
|Code of Conduct||https://github.com/rubymonsters/rgbapp/blob/master/CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md|
In this project you will be continuing the work on a ruby on rails web-app which is used by the code curious organisers. code curious is an organization based in Berlin, we offer free coding workshops for women, non-binary and trans people without any coding experience. We use this app to collect attendee and coaches applications. We then choose the accepted group and send them emails using the app.
The app has been made by one of our study groups, ruby monsters. It has been built and is maintained currently by Alexandra and Astrid with the help of Simäo (coach).
You need to be able to understand the current app (written in Ruby on Rails). In order to be able to help us with the frontend, you would need some JS, HTML and CSS knowledge along with website design.
Tasks And Features
You could help us with building the front-end of the app and helping us build more features (for example a feedback collecting email/ form.) For more information, take a look at the open issues on our GitHub: https://github.com/rubymonsters/rgbapp/issues
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Purvi Jain, Wednesday, April 1, 11:36 UTC
This is Purvi Jain, from Team Codelife. We found this project very exciting and the idea of providing free workshops very benevolent. We would be delighted to work on this and we'll make sure we come up with creative ideas to make this web app a great experience.
Sumati Mohan, Wednesday, March 25, 14:37 UTC
This is Sumati from team seekers.I have found this project to be quite interesting and our team is extremely interested to work on this project.
Looking forward to work on this project.
tea-n-biccies RGSoC, Friday, March 20, 13:42 UTC
Dear RGSoC applicants - we have added a new FAQ page to the website. Please check this out before asking mentors your questions, as we may already have an answer for you :)
Further details of how to apply to RGSoC (by 23:00 UTC on 30 March 2020) can be found at https://railsgirlssummerofcode.org/students
Poornima Dave, Wednesday, March 18, 05:53 UTC
Team We_Technocrats has applied for RGsoc, and we are pretty interested in this project, please provide us further details on how to contribute
Maria Angella Aboyo, Wednesday, March 4, 05:25 UTC
Team Chosen has submitted the application already and have this project as first choice!
In-fact, we are diving into the open issues on your GitHub: https://github.com/rubymonsters/rgbapp/issues
Hope to hear from you soon!!!!
Maria Angella Aboyo, Tuesday, March 3, 14:55 UTC
Good day Ferdous, Alexandra, Astrid,
Team Chosen here,
We are really passionate about working on this particular project,
My teammate Sandra and I have been contributing to the community of women in Tech in our country but we have struggled to maintain the numbers of attendees due to the communication gap. So working on a project that automates the process of capturing attendees putting across relevant feedback would make work a lot easier and help fellow women out there get sensitized and grab opportunities in-time.
Kritika Singhal, Sunday, March 1, 15:38 UTC
We are team BoredBipolers and looking foward to participate in RGSoC.
I am Kritika Singhal and my teammate is Megha Pathak.
We really liked your project. Though all the details mentioned give clear understanding of the project but can you guide us about - at initial phase what tasks we are supposed to do. And how and where we can get started?