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The code that runs the ProtoSchool website. Visit https://proto.school for interactive tutorials on decentralized web protocols. Explore IPFS and Filecoin through code challenges, code-free lessons, and local events.

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Local Offline Collaboration Special Interest Group

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ProtoSchool Tokyo

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Restaurant Reviews App (built for Udacity's Mobile Web Specialist nanodegree program)

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Information and tools for ProtoSchool project maintainers

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Repository template for local ProtoSchool chapters

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An Angular app for managing event rooming assignments

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Coursework for Modular Design Patterns with React

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Coursework for DGMD E-28 (Single Page Applications with Vue.js) - Potty Talk game & Rants & Raves review app

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Feature: [Your idea]

Thanks for the suggestion! Although we haven't made it explicit, when you're within a course, the tutorials listed are ordered from easiest to hardest. We have indeed thought of adding difficulty tags to content as well. In your case, I'd suggest doing through the IPFS course in the order listed. Decentralized Data Structures, Merkle DAGS, and Content Addressing are foundational to most of our content, and if you're a JavaScript dev then the coding challenges are also listed in the order I'd recommend.

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 The production values for the variables are set up in Fleek's build UI.  #### `npm run scripts:build:data` -As part of the build process (see [fleek config](../.fleek.json#L11)), we fetch all event data for submitted events and write the data for approved events to specific `static/*.json` files so the UI can read these JSON files and render the content as event listings. Additionally, we add new event organizers to our Mailchimp audience to subscribe them to our newsletter.+This script is run as part of the build process (see [fleek config](../.fleek.json#L11)).+It should be used to affect any data of the website that you might want to change automatically based on remote sources.++Currently, only the events list is based on remote data (google spreadsheet events file), and the script performs the following actions:++- fetch all event data for submitted events from the google spreadsheet events list and write the data for approved events to specific `static/*.json` files so the UI can read these JSON files and render the content as event listings.+- use the email addresses of the users that submitted the events and add them as new event organizers to our Mailchimp audience to subscribe them to our newsletter. This is only done if they aren't subscribed yet and only if they have checked the box to accept the subscription when submitting the event.
- takes the email addresses of the users that submitted the events and adds them to our Mailchimp audience, subscribing them to our local leadership newsletter. This is only done if they aren't subscribed yet, and after they've acknowledged through the form submission that they agree to receive these updates.
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chore: update docs related to remote events data

 The production values for the variables are set up in Fleek's build UI.  #### `npm run scripts:build:data` -As part of the build process (see [fleek config](../.fleek.json#L11)), we fetch all event data for submitted events and write the data for approved events to specific `static/*.json` files so the UI can read these JSON files and render the content as event listings. Additionally, we add new event organizers to our Mailchimp audience to subscribe them to our newsletter.+This script is run as part of the build process (see [fleek config](../.fleek.json#L11)).+It should be used to affect any data of the website that you might want to change automatically based on remote sources.++Currently, only the events list is based on remote data (google spreadsheet events file), and the script performs the following actions:
Currently, only the events list is based on remote data (a Google spreadsheet generated from our workshop submission form), and the script performs the following actions:
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chore: update docs related to remote events data

 The production values for the variables are set up in Fleek's build UI.  #### `npm run scripts:build:data` -As part of the build process (see [fleek config](../.fleek.json#L11)), we fetch all event data for submitted events and write the data for approved events to specific `static/*.json` files so the UI can read these JSON files and render the content as event listings. Additionally, we add new event organizers to our Mailchimp audience to subscribe them to our newsletter.+This script is run as part of the build process (see [fleek config](../.fleek.json#L11)).+It should be used to affect any data of the website that you might want to change automatically based on remote sources.++Currently, only the events list is based on remote data (google spreadsheet events file), and the script performs the following actions:++- fetch all event data for submitted events from the google spreadsheet events list and write the data for approved events to specific `static/*.json` files so the UI can read these JSON files and render the content as event listings.
- fetches all event data for submitted events from the Google Sheets and writes the data for approved events to specific `static/*.json` files so the UI can read these JSON files and render the content as event listings. (All entries on the sheet must be manually approved before the script will fetch them.) 
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@mikeal if you have a better proposal than just deleting this section, let me know. :)

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chore: upgrade ipfs to 0.55.x

@achingbrain Just a ping here - could you find time to review my last 4 commits and make sure they're accurate and answer the question in my comment above? Thanks!

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Lesson Feedback%3A Mutable File System - Lesson 4 (Add a file to MFS)

Hi @yeehi - Thanks for flagging this. Would you be able to send us the code that that you had submitted when you received this error message?

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Lesson Feedback%3A Content Addressing - Lesson 5 (Linking data together)

Thanks for the suggestion @andreasmjg!

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Lesson Feedback%3A Merkle DAGs - Lesson 7 (Merkle DAGs: Deduplication)

Great catch, @Baidba. Thanks for the suggestion!

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Document putCar - allowing users to store CARs not just normal files

My impression is that it’s for people who already have CAR files to upload them through the JS client. No point redoing the work of CARifying if you already have a CAR file. But you may want to ask Alan or Oli how frequently it’s likely to be used; I’d guess it’s not worth going into detail in the quickstart.

On Wed, Aug 18, 2021 at 12:41 PM Johnny ***@***.***> wrote:

Quick though: a user running through the Quickstart would only care about putCar if they're using the HTTP API, no? Otherwise, they'd just use the JS library which car-ifies things for you.

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Tweaks for teri's feedback

@yusefnapora Looking good! My one complaint, because my screen is usually super wide, is that I completely missed the previous and next buttons in the gallery because they stuck to the outside of my window and required peripheral vision to notice. Perhaps you could make them stick just to the outside of the " X of Y" count in the gallery so they're always above the photo?

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Front end tweaks

Upload page

  • [ ] Mention drag and drop option on upload page
  • [ ] make the status thing in uploads be less than full width
  • [ ] Add a yay you're done! Check it out in your gallery (either to general gallery or specific image) or upload another image.
  • [ ] open console links in new tab
  • [ ] add colors/styling to upload page

Settings page

  • [ ] Make it show that it's taken your token or a submit button or hitting return
  • [ ] Add text prompt to upload once token accepted
  • [ ] Validate token w/ some kind of status request to make sure it doesn't 401
  • [ ] More specific links to token adding info
  • [ ] blurb about what we're doing and how cool web3.storage is

Gallery page

  • [ ] Open view/share links in new tab
  • [ ] Add copy link button near view button - copies link to clipboard
  • [ ] Make the images always come from same direction when next and opposite when previous
  • [ ] some images go into the screen of the next one at narrow widths
  • [ ] put prev and next buttons above at narrow width
  • [ ] link on gallery page to upload a new image

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  • [ ] Mention cloning repo

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