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Revision as of 11:51, 23 January 2016

Talks
IP Address(es): 128.153.145.200
Contact Person: Benjamin Lannon
Last Update: 2016/01/22
VM Host (Physical): phoenix
Host VM: DubsDot


Operating system: Debian Jessie x64
LDAP Support: yes
Development Status: Running
Status: Running


Talks is a web app that people can sign up for a lightning talk or after meeting slot and have priority over those who did not.

Setup

A default Debian VM is required. Then, Flask can be installed with
pip install flask

Following that, the repository can be cloned to the VM and a simple sqlite3 database named talks.db has to be created with a table containing 3 columns: name, type, and desc. Next, one can open up a screen / tmux session and run talks.py currently the default port is 1025 so that would have to be configured in the iptables. Otherwise, the service should be up and running.