Build an open-source appliance editor for SUSE Studio that interacts only with the API, using modern JS web frameworks.

For users, this provides an opportunity to influence, or create unique tailored editing experiences for Studio appliances. For Studio maintainers, this provides a road towards a modern appliance editor, and a chance to remove tens of thousands of lines of brittle legacy code. For hackers, this provides a chance to get your feet wet with modern client-side web technologies, like

Looking for hackers with the skills:

html5 css3 coffeescript javascript mobileweb bootstrap webapis

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Hack Week 10

Activity

  • almost 7 years ago: rneuhauser liked studio-appliance-editor
  • almost 7 years ago: hennevogel liked studio-appliance-editor
  • almost 7 years ago: bear454 started studio-appliance-editor
  • almost 7 years ago: bear454 added keyword "webapis" to studio-appliance-editor
  • almost 7 years ago: bear454 added keyword "html5" to studio-appliance-editor
  • almost 7 years ago: bear454 added keyword "css3" to studio-appliance-editor
  • almost 7 years ago: bear454 added keyword "coffeescript" to studio-appliance-editor
  • almost 7 years ago: bear454 added keyword "javascript" to studio-appliance-editor
  • almost 7 years ago: bear454 added keyword "mobileweb" to studio-appliance-editor
  • almost 7 years ago: bear454 added keyword "bootstrap" to studio-appliance-editor
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    • bear454
      almost 7 years ago by bear454 | Reply

      Trying ember.js instead of batman, since I've never used it, and have some local support.

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