Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of 2019SeasonOfDocs


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04/22/2019 03:37:41 AM (5 months ago)
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Carlton Gibson
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  • 2019SeasonOfDocs

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    1 WIP.
     1== Google's Season of Docs.
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     3We'd like to participate in Google's Season of Docs.
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     5General process would be communications with Fellows, group help on the django-core-mentorship mailing list and more report based emails to the django-developers list.
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     7Anyone looking to mentor here, please let Carlton and/or Mariusz (current Django Fellows) know.
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     9Possible projects (feel free to add other ideas!):
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     11=== General targeting of Documentation issues.
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     13By component, "Documentation" tickets are our third biggest area (after the ORM and then Admin).
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     15[https://code.djangoproject.com/query?status=assigned&status=new&component=Documentation&col=id&col=summary&col=status&col=owner&col=type&col=component&col=version&desc=1&order=id Open Accepted Documentation Issues]
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     17There are tickets of all types and level here. Many are tutorial like, affecting the template layer or admin or CSRF handling handling and so on. Others are more code-based detailing exact usage points.
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     19There is plenty of work in both kinds. A general survey to identify related tickets and then address then as groups would be of massive benefit.
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     21=== Integrating with modern JS frameworks How-To.
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     23This is a more specific project.
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     25Django's staticfiles app is perfectly capable of working with modern JS frameworks. There's a lack of an up to date guide of exactly How-To on that.
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     27This has been the topic of much recent discussion:
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     29* https://code.djangoproject.com/ticket/30296
     30* https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/django-developers/KVAZkRCq9KU
     31* https://2019.djangocon.eu/talks/take-the-gore-out-of-a-djangoreact-stack/
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     33Bringing this up to date would be a great addition.
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