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==== What it can do? ====
 
==== What it can do? ====
  
* It allows you to manage Sponsorships requests (the way the fudcon trac does, but keeping it unified)
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* It allows you to manage Sponsorships requests (by providing a link to the appropiate trac ticket)
* It allows you to manage Tasks (weekly, monthly, yearly goals)
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* It allows you to manage Attendance (Manage how are coming, food preferences and shirt sizes)
* It allows you to manage attendance (see how many are coming, and if there is a limit to the number)
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* It allows you to manage Budget (Set a budget and see where it's all being used)
* It allows you to manage budget (Well basically seeing how much you have left from the allotted budget)
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* It allows you to manage Tasks (weekly, monthly, yearly goals, like talk to the press or get hotel confirmation)
 
* It allows you to vote for Barcamp events (or talks)
 
* It allows you to vote for Barcamp events (or talks)
* It manages tweets/dents (for later viewing) and adding reports or photographs to it
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* It allows you to define schedule, the topic and the presentator. After the event is done, a link to the slides or the video can be added so others can easily find it.
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* It allows you to get 'impressions' (Tweets / Dents) of a certain hashtag.
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* It allows you to link to photo galleries of the events, so others can share the pictures
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==== What a user can do? ====
 
==== What a user can do? ====
  
A user can register for an event, vote for the barcamp events, add a link to his report or photographs, help out with managing tasks and adding a sponsorship request
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A user can register for an event, request sponsorship, vote for the barcamp sessions, and after the event is done, add a link to his report or photographs.
  
 
==== What an event manager can do? ====
 
==== What an event manager can do? ====
  
The event manager edits the sponsorship requests, assigns tasks, sets a limit on attendance(if any), edits the budget page, adds the list of barcamp events, approves report/photograph link, add hashtag for saving the tweets. And he can also give access to any other registered user to access any of these features.
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The event manager edits the sponsorship requests, assigns tasks, sets a limit on attendance(if any), edits the budget page, adds the list of barcamp sessions, approves report/photograph link, add hashtag for monitoring the tweets and can also give promote another user to event manager.  
  
 
==== What an admin can do? ====
 
==== What an admin can do? ====
  
The same as event manager plus he/she has the power to delete events and ...
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Same as event manager, but with the additional power of approving or deleting events.  
  
 
==== What logins are allowed? ====
 
==== What logins are allowed? ====
  
Currently facebook, twitter and FAS is allowed. Your username would be your fas username, or <twitter handle>@twitter or <facebook user name>@facebook. Assumption made : User registers only once via one account
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Facebook, Twitter and FAS are all allowed.

Latest revision as of 05:29, 16 June 2011

What it is?

The Fedora Events System is an event manager that'll integrate with Insight. It's a collection of drupal modules that'll help create an easy-to-use workflow to organize events.

What it can do?

  • It allows you to manage Sponsorships requests (by providing a link to the appropiate trac ticket)
  • It allows you to manage Attendance (Manage how are coming, food preferences and shirt sizes)
  • It allows you to manage Budget (Set a budget and see where it's all being used)
  • It allows you to manage Tasks (weekly, monthly, yearly goals, like talk to the press or get hotel confirmation)
  • It allows you to vote for Barcamp events (or talks)
  • It allows you to define schedule, the topic and the presentator. After the event is done, a link to the slides or the video can be added so others can easily find it.
  • It allows you to get 'impressions' (Tweets / Dents) of a certain hashtag.
  • It allows you to link to photo galleries of the events, so others can share the pictures


What a user can do?

A user can register for an event, request sponsorship, vote for the barcamp sessions, and after the event is done, add a link to his report or photographs.

What an event manager can do?

The event manager edits the sponsorship requests, assigns tasks, sets a limit on attendance(if any), edits the budget page, adds the list of barcamp sessions, approves report/photograph link, add hashtag for monitoring the tweets and can also give promote another user to event manager.

What an admin can do?

Same as event manager, but with the additional power of approving or deleting events.

What logins are allowed?

Facebook, Twitter and FAS are all allowed.