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Lyre Calliope,  had an idea and unsure where to put it, but perhaps here is as good a  spot as any. Idea is to build a really basic website that just prompts  the user (i.e new project lead) with all of the questions we care about.  By answering these questions one by one, they are - very simply -  populating a readme. After they go through all the questions we dump out  a full, properly (& consistently!) formatted README.md file with  all of the necessary stuff that we want to be in there. A way to have  the new projects be super well documented (relatively speaking) by  default. Also avoids they whole "Hey non-developer, go learn a new  markup language and figure out github to tell people about your idea"  thing. Idk if hackpad has an API, but if they do we could do something  cool where after you fill everything out, we automatically add a readme  to your github project, create a new hackpad page, etc...

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Status: Exploration & problem statement creation (very early stage!)
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Project to pilot the Code for Boston Impact Track within the area of public transportation in Boston. Full disclosure: in this pilot, we are attempting to "impact-track" an existing CfB prototype (Text-the-T). 
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Unfiled. Edited by Matt Cloyd 765 days ago
Matt moved this from Project Template
Lyre Calliope,  had an idea and unsure where to put it, but perhaps here is as good a  spot as any. Idea is to build a really basic website that just prompts  the user (i.e new project lead) with all of the questions we care about.  By answering these questions one by one, they are - very simply -  populating a readme. After they go through all the questions we dump out  a full, properly (& consistently!) formatted README.md file with  all of the necessary stuff that we want to be in there. A way to have  the new projects be super well documented (relatively speaking) by  default. Also avoids they whole "Hey non-developer, go learn a new  markup language and figure out github to tell people about your idea"  thing. Idk if hackpad has an API, but if they do we could do something  cool where after you fill everything out, we automatically add a readme  to your github project, create a new hackpad page, etc...
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