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Opensource HTML5 Websockets Single Page Planning Poker App
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Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of HTML of Existing Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration with server using JSON messaging over WebSockets Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced at https://github.com/simbo1905/planning-poker which can be seen running at http://planningpokerqa-simbo1905.rhcloud.com The current html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Browser HTML5 (Safari 7+, Chrome 31+, Firefox 24+, and an IE version) Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new project/website/app with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit! The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. You will need to run a git program to download/upload code (github.com has an app but any opensource git tool will work fine). You will need to install Java and a Scala build tool to be able to run the server locally. You should have a few different browsers browsers (chrome, firefox, safari, internet explorer) to test the app. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge.

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. I have built the backend and the prototype html and you can bring your graph design and HTML5 talents to make the tool engaging and fluent for the public. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for yo...

Jan 1, 2014

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of HTML of Existing Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration with server using JSON messaging over WebSockets Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced at https://github.com/simbo1905/planning-poker The current html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Browser HTML5 (Safari 7+, Chrome 31+, Firefox 24+, and an IE version) Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new project/website/app with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit! The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. You will need to run a git program to download/upload code (github.com has an app but any opensource git tool will work fine). You will need to install Java and a Scala build tool to be able to run the server locally. You should have a few different browsers browsers (chrome, firefox, safari, internet explorer) to test the app. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge.

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of HTML of Existing Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration with server using JSON messaging over WebSockets Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced at https://github.com/simbo1905/planning-poker which can be seen running at http://planningpokerqa-simbo1905.rhcloud.com The current html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Browser HTML5 (Safari 7+, Chrome 31+, Firefox 24+, and an IE version) Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new project/website/app with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit! The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. You will need to run a git program to download/upload code (github.com has an app but any opensource git tool will work fine). You will need to install Java and a Scala build tool to be able to run the server locally. You should have a few different browsers browsers (chrome, firefox, safari, internet explorer) to test the app. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge.

Jan 1, 2014

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Browser HTML5 (Safari 7+, Chrome 31+, Firefox 24+, and an IE version) Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new project/website/app with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit! The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. You will need to run a git program to download/upload code (github.com has an app but any opensource git tool will work fine). You will need to install Java and some java tools to be able to run the server locally. You should have a few different browsers browsers (chrome, firefox, safari, internet explorer) to test the app. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge. The project sourcecode is planning-poker on github.com under simbo1905. Currently without a decent readme on how to run it which will be forthcoming.

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of HTML of Existing Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration with server using JSON messaging over WebSockets Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced at https://github.com/simbo1905/planning-poker The current html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Browser HTML5 (Safari 7+, Chrome 31+, Firefox 24+, and an IE version) Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new project/website/app with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit! The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. You will need to run a git program to download/upload code (github.com has an app but any opensource git tool will work fine). You will need to install Java and a Scala build tool to be able to run the server locally. You should have a few different browsers browsers (chrome, firefox, safari, internet explorer) to test the app. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge.

Jan 1, 2014

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Mac OSX, Windows, Linux Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new project/website/app with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit! The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge. The project sourcecode is planning-poker on github.com under simbo1905. Currently without a decent readme on how to run it which will be forthcoming.

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Browser HTML5 (Safari 7+, Chrome 31+, Firefox 24+, and an IE version) Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new project/website/app with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit! The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. You will need to run a git program to download/upload code (github.com has an app but any opensource git tool will work fine). You will need to install Java and some java tools to be able to run the server locally. You should have a few different browsers browsers (chrome, firefox, safari, internet explorer) to test the app. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge. The project sourcecode is planning-poker on github.com under simbo1905. Currently without a decent readme on how to run it which will be forthcoming.

Dec 28, 2013

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Mac OSX, Windows, Linux Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. (This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new site with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit!) The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge. The project sourcecode is planning-poker on github.com under simbo1905. Currently without a decent readme on how to run it which will be forthcoming.

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Mac OSX, Windows, Linux Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new project/website/app with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit! The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge. The project sourcecode is planning-poker on github.com under simbo1905. Currently without a decent readme on how to run it which will be forthcoming.

Dec 28, 2013

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Mac OSX, Windows, Linux Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. (This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new site with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit!) The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge.

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Mac OSX, Windows, Linux Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. (This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new site with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit!) The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge. The project sourcecode is planning-poker on github.com under simbo1905. Currently without a decent readme on how to run it which will be forthcoming.

Dec 28, 2013

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Mac OSX, Windows, Linux Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. (This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new site with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit!) The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets.

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Mac OSX, Windows, Linux Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. (This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new site with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit!) The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets. The paid for work must be distributed under an "opensource" style license e.g. "Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International" or another similar license which allows people the freedom to benefit from the work without charge.

Dec 28, 2013

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Mac OSX, Windows, Linux Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. (This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new site with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit!) The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity.

Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective. Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not! There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. Lets build it. Join a seasoned linux/java server programmer on a journey into opensource/creative-commons. Ask not what the internet can do for you; ask what you can do for the internet! Type of application development required: Redesign of Current Application Integration requirements: Requires Integration Purpose or functionality of application: The backend is written and is opensourced. The current single page app html/js is a basic prototype (we don't say "ugly" we say "in need of remodelling"). The requirement is to write a new html/js "skin" of the highest grade eye candy which exchanges messages with the server logic. The skin must work on multiple modern browsers. The functionality should be of the level of the prototype skin (without the rendering bugs!) and with more "joie de vivre". Platform(s) desired for application: Mac OSX, Windows, Linux Graphical User Interface requirements: Yes Application to run over network: Yes Additional details: This is a not-for-profit endeavor. All deliverables will be exchanged via public opensource using GitHub.com. This means you get to "keep what you create" and get ongoing "benefit" of any popularity of the product by way of community kudos. There may end up being multiple skins to the opensource app; yours will get poll position whilst it is the nicest one. (This is a two way street: its opensource so you can take my server code and start a new site with it. The point is the general public gets the benefit!) The ideal candidate would be a keen tinkerer looking to get some HTML5 work on their portfolio who would see contributing to an opensource app for a modest fee an ideal opportunity. Serverside is Scala/Akka but no experience of those technologies is required as the API is JSON over Websockets.

Dec 28, 2013

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Planning Poker is an agile project estimation technique where team members discuss project tasks and make estimates by playing numbered cards face-down to the table, instead of speaking them aloud. The cards are revealed and the estimates are then discussed. Simple. Effective.

Should I need to sign-up to use a site/app to run a quick planning meeting with team members around the globe? Should I need to enter details about what we are planning into the app/site when that could leak our special product ideas and make the legal department angry? Surely not!

There must be a decent site which works for free, works on many devices, and is opensource so can be customised to any future need? Absolutely. I have built the backend and the prototype html and you can bring your graph design and HTML5 talents to make the tool engaging and fluent for the public.

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