Welcome to the Coding Dojo site-to-be.
JAN. 2,2017, New website.
After some years frozen in time, we can again easily update the Coding Dojo website without any fear. Times changed and we have lots of information anywhere about katas and coding dojos but it’s still important to have a central point of information and that’s why we updated this site.
It will take some time to update the content, add new, remove deprecated pages, contact groups and so on, but it’s started and in progress. It’s not any more a wiki but a much simpler engine base on static markdown pages.
If you want to add something or help us with the cleaning: fork, clone, submit a PR and your ideas through issues to start the discussion.
Rui & Thomas
SEPT. 2, 2012 / NEW UPDATE.
It’s been about a year since my previous message (see the page history if you want to read it). I haven’t enabled the edit mode back, mostly because I have yet to find a good way to address the spam issue we’ve been facing in the past. I’m still exploring ideas, might come up with something interesting in a short while. Or not. Time will tell. What’s important for now is, I’m still here. I haven’t abandoned this wiki, and I’m still willing (more than ever, actually) to make it a place friendly for those who want to contribute to the topic, and to keep the spammers away. Please remain patient.
Thank you for all of you who’ve signaled me spam in the pages of this wiki. I usually haven’t been as reactive as I’d wished I would, but each of your comments has been very helpful. And it signaled me that others care about this place. Please continue to do so. I’ve been today going through a major and agressive cleaning of the wiki. I don’t think I’ve erased anything of value, but if I did, I apologize. Be assured it wasn’t my intention.
If you want to update something on this wiki - or create new pages, please email me. You’ll find my address on my WikiPage . This is far from perfect. But eventually we’ll make it work better.
– Emmanuel Gaillot .
The purpose of this wiki is to gather user stories for what the Coding Dojo global web site should provide to its user community. The wiki will provide “scaffolding” while the site grows in functionality to meet these requirements.
- Wish List - if we could have anything we wanted, what would we want from a Coding Dojo global website?
To start off, a directory of who we are and what exactly are we doing:
- What Is Coding Dojo
- Coding Dojos
- Who’s Who
- Kata Catalogue
- My First Dojo (some pragmatic suggestions for how a Dojo might work)
Programme for a workshop at XP2010 - see Kata Workshop