Projects and Teams Hack-a-thon at DevCon 2019

Document created by afaust Moderator on Dec 3, 2018Last modified by angelborroy on Dec 13, 2018
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Instructions

For people with a project idea

For each project, you should consider addressing the following:

  • The idea owner(s)
  • A brief description
  • Any prep work for the project, such as developer tools or skills participants should understand

 

We encourage you to keep your project idea short and if necessary provide any additional details in separate document or blog post within the Collaborate space. This may also allow you to coordinate with potential team members via the comments there without being mixed in with any discussions on this page.

 

For people looking to join a project

Please feel free to add your name to any project(s) you are interested in participating. Don't hesitate to add your name to multiple projects if you are considering multiple at this point. We encourage you to use this platform to contact the owner of an idea to discuss any details you are unsure about or even improve upon the idea.

 

Apart from any plans you make with the owner of an idea, you are not bound to actually participate in the project you indicated here. The final teams typically constituate themselves on the day of the event based on in-person presentation of the ideas and other factors.

 

Projects

General Project Template

Idea owner: <your Name>, ideally linked like this: Axel Faust

Description: This is just an example of how to structure your project idea. Please give as much detail about your idea here, i.e. if this is something new or a continuation of a previous project, what the benefits would be. Essentially, you want to inspire people with this description to join your efforts on the day of the hack-a-thon.

Prep work: Describe what you think people should do to prepare for this project so you can cut directly to the chase and start working when the hack-a-thon starts.

Interested parties:

  • <name of interested user>, ideally linked like this: Axel Faust

 

Community Platform / Engagement

Talking to Content Services

Idea owner: Angel Borroy

Description: Since mid 2017, I've been interested in playing with Chatbots & Alfresco Content Services. I submitted a talk for DevCon 2018 & 2019 in this line (Talking to Content Services - keensoft) but it was rejected for both. I also started some work with some students at the University (GitHub - keensoft/imaginecode-2018-challenge: keensoft UST Global challenge for Imagine Code 2018 ) but it's just a starting point. I saw also this year how venzia _ is working on the topic (Venzia IT on Twitter: "#Alfresco Quick Access (AQuA) has born .. say hello to the new way to (quickly) interact with @Al… ) but no one seems to care.

So I'm going to focus on integrating Alfresco and RASA Platform this year. Join me if you want to learn how this Open Source mixing results.

Prep work: CMIS, Content Services, ChatBots

Interested parties:

 

Project idea TBD

Idea owner: TBD

Description: TBD

Prep work: TBD

Interested parties:

 

Alfresco Governance Services

Project idea TBD

Idea owner: TBD

Description: TBD

Prep work: TBD

Interested parties:

 

 

Alfresco Content Services

Project idea TBD

Idea owner: TBD

Description: TBD

Prep work: TBD

Interested parties:

 

Alfresco Process Services

Project idea TBD

Idea owner: TBD

Description: TBD

Prep work: TBD

Interested parties:

 

Application Development Framework

Project idea TBD

Idea owner: TBD

Description: TBD

Prep work: TBD

Interested parties:

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