Web & Infrastructure Committee
|Web & Infrastructure Committee|
The web & infrastructure committee is responsible to create and maintain the technical infrastructure for the conference and its organisation. This includes:
- the site for the conference (https://fscons.org)
- frab (https://frab.fscons.org)
- This wiki
- Mailing lists
- Data storage
Get a copy of this year's website by running:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:fscons-web/fscons-org.git git checkout 2014
Once you've done some changes, contribute them back by creating a merge request on gitorious or sending a patch on the mailing list.
Most project in the web committee are managed through git and hosted on [gitorious.org/fscons-web/ gitorious.org] or github.
Since gitorious has no issue tracker, the committee uses a Trello board for tracking issues.
Other questions can be addressed to the org mailing list. Alternatively, if you need some help, you can use the IRC channel or contact Grégoire directly.
The domain name fscons.org is registered at https://gandi.net. The registrant id (and the username on the admin interface at gandi) is GD4763-GANDI. The domain expiration is sometime in August.
NAS used to store the video and other association data.
Main website for the conference,
Frab is an open source conference management system originally created as a replacement to pentabarf for the organisation of FrOSCon. It is used by the Program committee to manage the CFP and organise the schedule.
Custom web application developed in python using django which is used to sell tickets on the web.
This wiki is powered by MediaWiki with a bunch of extensions. Note that it's the only website which used a CACert.org signed certificate instead of a purchased one.
Our mailing lists are hosted by fripost.
We use a self-hosted IRC bot to take note during our IRC meetings. The bot is running supybot with the MeetBot plugin and should be available in the #fscons channel under the name