[Rack] who manages the webserver?

Patrick Keys citizenkeys at gmail.com
Sun Dec 12 03:40:19 PST 2010


The ajax query is simple enough to pull the data.

The issue, I guess, is the calendar everybody modifies is on the wiki.
Apparently, the noisebridge Google Calendar is abandon-ware.


Patrick



On 12/12/2010 3:01 AM, Jonathan Lassoff wrote:
> On Sunday, December 12, 2010 at 2:34 AM, Patrick Keys wrote:
>
>> Iphone may be unhacker friendly, but a good amount of people that visit
>> noisebridge have iphone. There's no reason I can't write an app for
>> both android and iphone.
>>
>> Since there's no other noisebridge app, I just kinda assumed that mine
>> would be the official app. I will gladly make the entire source
>> available for anybody that wants to build on it.
>>
>> I would gladly use pony to store the app for download. The calendar
>> data, and any other shared data, needs to be where other people can edit
>> it, though. Having a shared calendar of events doesn't do any good if
>> nobody can edit it.
> The only real place that this (calendaring data) exists right now is in
> ad-hoc edits to the Wiki (the source of which is available in the wiki
> itself), and in an unofficial google calendar that is shared with anyone
> that's interested or asks about it.
>
> The Google calendar is really the only source of information that has a
> consistent structure, so I'd recommend pulling that stream for any kind
> of scraping or application integration.
> Let me know if you're interested, and I'll add you to the calendar.
>
> Cheers,
> jof


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