This page lists the main resources the Snowdrift.coop team uses to organize our work. For a high-level overview of our upcoming goals, see the roadmap instead.
Project Management, Development, & Design
Most work and issue tracking happens in one of the various repositories at git.snowdrift.coop.
- Communications — communication strategy, presentations, interviews, and other publications
- Community — community partners and volunteering information
- Market Research — research other funding platforms, FLO tools, repositories, and more
- Legal — bylaws, incorporation, board and other legal policies (moving soon to the legal repo at git.snowdrift.coop)
Before git.snowdrift.coop, we used Taiga for project management. Our projects there are no longer maintained, but still contain some useful information and an extended backlog of issues, which we are migrating to gitlab as we start working on them.
Team availability tool
No FLO option is anything like WhenIsGood.net — please someone create a FLO version of this! We spent a stupid amount of time fussing with ways to coordinate people around the globe sticking to only FLO tools. We use whenisgood.net now, even paid their stupid ransom to access the extra features. Framadate is a FLO tool for this, but it has the wrong UI comparable to Doodle and does not serve our needs like WhenIsGood.
Adding a resource file
Upload the file to
/resourcesby giving the path
/resources/filename.extfor the name (replacing “filename.ext” with the desired filename and extension).
Add the link to the list above.