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    Thanks for all of the feedback! Dev, your post was very helpful. I appreciate the feedback on the business requirements the application will need. I am going to review the decision support tools this week and pick one to try. Yes, the scale of the application will be massive. Being a database professional myself I can tell you that one thing we need to bake into the app is the ability to be able to merge, gradually over time, from potentially thousands of implementations, to a single one. This challenges us to think in terms of usability, scalability, and portability of the data. I have been thinking of using ingestion through Cassandra for bulk flat data storage, with transactional OLTP data traffic hitting a PostgreSQL database. My first goal is to get the "bones" up and running (registration and basic admin screens). The main front facing framework will be Django (Python); however, Ruby on Rails may be an alternative, depending on how Django scales.

    Marvin AD and anyone, please sign up on the OpenRPS.org site. Marvin AD if you are a new student I would be happy to share any experiences I have with you.

    I'll post more regular updates to keep things going and attempt some OpenRPS meetings in the near future once I can gauge membership and interest to see if it is worth the time to meet at this stage.
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    I'm confused. I see spiraltarget mention Django or maybe rails but your code on github says php.

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    spiraltarget is starting his own vision called "Openrps", which he has put a call out to programmers to assist. In the recent podcast, PJ mentioned Global Redesign Institute is a big ambitious project that will probably require financing to pursue, given the quality needed. Really what is needed right now are for individuals who have possible conceptual project ideas to step up and take lead and others to step up and give assistance.

    I am conceptualizing a website idea to use as a project request board to engage more of the willing members who are just burning to jump in and do something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalm View Post
    I'm confused. I see spiraltarget mention Django or maybe rails but your code on github says php.
    It is going to be php for UI and python for the rest. Hope this helps attracting those who are interested in visual design. The project is in early stage so things can change. Of course you can build your own UI in Django when the referential one is ready.

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    Yes PHP/JQueryUI/JQuery/JavaScript for the front end. PostgreSQL for the RDBMS. Redis for large data ingestion. Python will be the glue language for any ETL that needs to be done. C++ will be the language for sensor and component development. I will say there may be closed source parts of the system that will be used to generate revenue to fund the project. The goal being to give the ORPS core away with add on functionality available for purchase.
    Last edited by spiraltarget; 02-19-2015 at 07:34 AM.

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    If someone who has a good idea of how the pages look can make a wireframe then I would be happy to design. I guess i'm fairly okay at it. You can find proof here - At discover are my works.

    I'm fairly busy so it would be on slow pace.

    Also for php some usefull code. in this https://github.com/Vincentdc94/reusable_code repo the database and security class are reliable. rest has to be modified. I use it in alot of projects. database has prepared statements so i guess pg will work. security uses salted hashes.
    Last edited by Napalm; 02-19-2015 at 08:32 AM.

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    so glad to see some people at least starting to work on this I don't have the slightest clue about programming but if there is anything else I can help with let me know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talkless View Post
    Hi,

    GRI is mentioned in TZM Defined book, in the latest Peter Joseph talk, but it's still "Coming Soon" for quite some time now.

    So what's going on? How's progress? What ideas are being implemented? How someone could contribute?

    P.S. I really miss news-style blog or newsletter about TZM projects...
    In the most recent TZM podcast (Feb 18, 2015), Peter said that it will take more than just volunteers to create GRI - it needs to be funded. I think that's what he said anyway.

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    Napalm I'd like to take you up on the CSS work if you are interested. You can see what the current code looks like for OpenRPS by going to Welcome to OpenRPS and you can clone the repo from GitHub. Also please feel free to sign up for the OpenRPS project at OpenRPS.org

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    Tried to sign up. Received no email confirmation.

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