I've overhauled the devops repo for the project(https://github.com/whathood/vagrant) to use Ansible for setting up the development environment and deploying updates in production. It's pretty neat.
Whathood - crowdsourcing neighborhood borders
What Hood Is This?
Whathood aims to settle the neighborhood border debate for all time by aggregating neighborhood borders drawn by users into heatmaps showing the "identity" of a location.
- Whathood has a vagrant configuration for easy development. Check it out on Github.
- PHP and the Zend framework, LeafletJS, CoffeeScript, PostGres/PostGIS
- seasoned developer interested in the project
- site testers when prototyping is finished
Now that Girl Develop It's Summer of Open Source has wound down, I'm coming back onto my neighborhood borders crowd-sourcing project. I'm traveling a lot at the moment and haven't been able to make it to CFP often, but I've started a Google Group to help facilitate discussion:
just did the initial code push for What Hood.