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TikiFest is a tradition in the TikiWiki community. A TikiFest is when there is a meeting between at least 2 TikiWiki contributors that don't meet usually. This is an occasion usually for drinking adult beverages getting laptops out and coding wildly in group sessions discussing about wiki technology and culture etc. depending the mood and context. It is a great opportunity for Tiki users and Tiki power users to meet some of the developers and learn more stuff
Centreville VA (about 30 mins west of Washington DC)
Host : Mike Kerr (kerrnel22)
I can accommodate 5 (including myself), 6 if someone doesn't mind a couch... I have wireless and I've got a spare bed futon pull-out couch an inflatable bed a large bean bag and two other couches if people want to crash here. If I can get it repaired in time I also have a projector.
Please email me mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send out my contact info. Would prefer not to publish it to all and sundry here.
September 20-21, 2008 (Sat & Sun) just after Web 2.0 Expo New York 2008 - September 16 - 19 2008 New York NY.
Folks are welcome to show up Friday night.
- Mike Kerr (host)
- Marc Laporte (will arrive by train to Washington Union Station saturday at 12h20)
- Nelson Ko (arrive by car saturday around 14h)
- Pascal St-Jean (arrive by car saturday around 14h)
- Sid Saran (arrive by car saturday around 14h)
- Nicholas Fergusson (arrive by car saturday around 13h)
- Dave Thacker
- Sylvie Greverend
- Rick Sapir
- Bill Albing
Further discussion and possible work on the AdminUIRevamp.
Improving on the Stats page to provide more useful stats for site performance and growth with an eye towards a corporate environment and/or looking for investors. Something with graphs date ranges hits accurate size of stuff stored. May include having to update some features to account for their traffic and database footprint.
I'd like to go to a reporting page and configure the stuff I want to report on and when and have it present something in a wiki page that I can conceivably port into PDF or just copy/paste into a .PPT slide for my audience. Currently I have to pull info from the stats page do database queries to pull specific counts of things for a specific date range (which I need to convert to unix datetime) and manually count the size of the trackers. I present a pie chart that illustrates how much storage space our database takes up and breaks out what is using that space.
I think this could be used by corporate internal sites for funding justification or to seek additional resources as well as in the public world where a site may be looking for investors or the site owner may be asking for a report from a consultant who runs the site to see how things are faring.