Hello, my name is Federico Capoano,
I enjoy developing cutting-edge websites
and working with creative people.
This is going to be my fourth battlemesh!
I was not satisfied with how the test results were published so I volunteered on this task to help out.
I just finished the first version of the Battlemesh Test Docs.
I hope we'll use it as a baseline for ongoing improvement and start to publish human readable documentation and results at the end of each year edition.
The repo structure is prepared to host the documentation and the results of multiple battlemesh editions, starting from the v8 edition, although past editions can be added if anyone will volunteer to do that.
I find this kind of solution much better than wikis because of the several advantages it gives:
"Wikis are where documentation goes to die."
— Jacob Kaplan-Moss
See you in Slovenia!
“ Hi Julio! I missed your comment a few years ago but I'm glad you are working with OpenWISP, I'll try to reach you in private :-) ”
By Federico Capoano in A Turning Point in my Life, Community Networks and OpenWISP
“ Great news Aymará! Very happy to know this post has inspired you to experiment :-) ”
By Federico Capoano in First DjangoGirls Rome wrap-up & afterthoughts
“ Hi!! I'm a Django Girls coach too. Here, in Argentina, made just what you suggested, splited the workshop in two days. The experiment went just great! Most of the girls achieved to publish the blog from ground 0. It feels great to be helpfull ... ”
By Aymará in First DjangoGirls Rome wrap-up & afterthoughts
“ Send any question to the interop-dev mailing list or open an issue on github. ”
By Federico in Network Topology Visualizer: django-netjsongraph
“ I have a question about Network Topology Collector, can you brief me pls? ”
By Nasrin Akter in Network Topology Visualizer: django-netjsongraph