This page lists the places/tools the Snowdrift.coop team uses to organize our work. For a high-level overview of our upcoming goals, see the roadmap instead.
- Gitlab.com — several repositories for different areas of work
- Penpot — UI/UX mockup and review
- Seafile — asset storage, mainly design artifacts
- nextcloud.smichel.me (Stephen’s personal Nextcloud) — currently not used for much.
- Gitlab: gitlab.com — our primary issue tracker
- Forum: community.snowdrift.coop
We also keep track of tasks in our meeting notes. We’ve been getting better at using GitLab for everything important but, as of August 2021, we still have some tasks that are only tracked in meetings. If you want to follow all of our progress, check the meeting notes, too.
The team holds weekly live meetings, as well as informal “coffee-shop” coworking times. Details in this forum post.
The Board of Directors aims to meet monthly but has been inconsistent (as of September 2019, the full governance system for the platform is still incomplete).
- 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
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.
Their payment option is down as of this writing, so attempting to pay just gets a no-charge premium account. But it’s still not FLO. 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. Nothing else compares to WhenIsGood. Framadate is a FLO tool for this, but it has the wrong UI and does not serve our needs like WhenIsGood.↩