WeCare

MentorHarshita (hkasera)
Project Websitehttps://wecare-ghci.rhcloud.com/
Project Repositoryhttps://github.com/hkasera/WeCare
Suitable for Beginners?yes
Tagsnodejs html javascript css
Stateaccepted
Applications (1st Choice)6 (4 submitted | 2 in-progress)
Applications (2nd Choice)11 (10 submitted | 1 in-progress)
Code of Conduct/projects/81-wecare
License

Project Description

WeCare is a digital platform that will help NGOs to get onboard with technology to promote their campaigns. It will also help people in discoverability of various campaigns as well as provide detailed information about them. Volunteers can also contribute towards ongoing campaigns, run by different NGOs, via this platform. The best part about the platform is the ease of use and its effectiveness so that anyone can easily promote and market their campaigns to increase their visibility.

It is a free service. We plan to create a console for NGO's once they register on the website to manage their campaigns. I have created few user stories on the Github account for the same. The work is currently in progress. Hence, the website seems vague right now and the content is mocked.

Project's Requirements

Tasks And Features

Link to the list of tasks to be completed
Guidelines and Help tips for students will be here

Comments

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Prashi, Sunday, March 24, 22:39 UTC

Hello, I am Prashi. Me and my team mate ,team Terminators would like to contribute to this project. We are versed with HTML,CSS,MySQL,Node.js and MongoDB.
Looking forward to hear from you.


Harshita, Tuesday, February 2, 11:45 UTC

Thank you, Laura!
Looking forward to our exciting journey :)

Cheers,
Harshita


Laura RGSoC, Tuesday, February 2, 10:58 UTC

Hi Harshita,

Thank you for making all these changes, and welcome on board :)


Harshita, Tuesday, February 2, 03:36 UTC

Hi Laura,

Thank you so much. I have updated the submission. Also, I have tagged issues with the milestone RGSoC here for students to pick up. There is a wiki page as well that will guide them with further details. I will add necessary details to the tasks so it is concise and clear and make sure they are marked with same milestone.

Hope that helps!
Harshita


Laura RGSoC, Monday, February 1, 17:46 UTC

Hi Harshita,

that's great, thank you. Could you update your submission to reflect the comment below, and maybe pick out a few select issues and features you'd like the students to contribute to this summer? Would be great. After that I believe you're all clear to have your project accepted.


Harshita, Friday, January 29, 15:22 UTC

Hi Laura,

WeCare is a digital platform that will help NGOs to get onboard with technology to promote their campaigns. It will also help people in discoverability of various campaigns as well as provide detailed information about them. Volunteers can also contribute towards ongoing campaigns, run by different NGOs, via this platform. The best part about the platform is the ease of use and its effectiveness so that anyone can easily promote and market their campaigns to increase their visibility.

It is a free service. We plan to create a console for NGO's once they register on the website to manage their campaigns. I have created few user stories on the Github account for the same. The work is currently in progress. Hence, the website seems vague right now and the content is mocked.
I have added the link to user stories and updated the content of readme file. Please let me know if something is still not clear to you. I would love to explain. Also, I have added the license file as well.

Thanks,
Harshita


Laura RGSoC, Friday, January 29, 13:40 UTC

Hi Harshita,

Thank you for your submission! Could you give us a little more information about the project? How can NGOs submit and promote campaigns? Is it a paid service? Can they log into the site and set up the campaigns themselves? The website is rather vague, and we'd be interested in hearing a bit more about it.
Also, one of the main requirements for the submission of the proposal is a license, but I couldn't find any on GitHub. Could you point me to it, please?
Thank you!