Sponsor: Jeremy Whiting
A few line of descriptions explaining what the project does.
WikiFM is a platform on which science students are free to share all the information needed to succesfully complete their studies. The main focus of the project is to collaboratively create high quality textbooks and other didactical resources, using free tools, such as wiki text, inkscape and LaTeX. It is also a publishing platform on which scientists can write course notes or depth chapters and get back a professionally formatted PDF of their work and other hand picked material from the website. WikiFM is also a collective memory of previous students. On WikiFM notes taken with LaTeX by former students will no longer get lost in the shadows of time, but will serve as a base of study for new scientists.
List the people committed to the project and actively working on it.
- Alberto Giudici
- Giacomo Graceffa
- Marco Giglio
- Marco Ballabio
- Mirko Mauri
- Paolo Bassanese
- Riccardo Iaconelli
Manifesto Compliance Plan
List the actions planned to get in compliance with the manifesto. Don't hesitate to even list parts of the manifesto which don't require action and highlight why. This part will really be used as a discussion starting point with the project sponsor.
WikiFM already complies with the manifesto of KDE, obviously except the infrastructure part. For the infrastructure, we need to:
- Migrate currently existing git repositories (now at https://github.com/WikiFM )
- Migrate mailing list (now at https://mail.kde.org/pipermail/wikifm/2015-April/000000.html)
- Discuss with sysadmins how to handle actual website hosting/domain administration/... (In progress)
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