You should talk to Jonathan. He has been the most proactive person on
the mobile front so far. I cc'ed him on this reply.
Please work together and be proactive and build something awesome! We
want a mobile web interface asap, but right now the core site team is
WAAAAYYY over-extended and unable to process this sort of thing.
> Glocal Web/Tech <http://glocalwebtech.com/>
> Nathan Freitas <nat...@freitas.net> Oct 20 10:45AM -0400
> How can I contribute to getting a mobile wordpress/buddypress theme
> customized and installed on the new NYCGA site? I really haven't been
> able to be physically present for long, or contribute much at this point
> to the core work, and would like to make this happen.
> Currently, there are a number of mostly poor apps in the Android Market,
> and only 1 in the iOS App Store, and they aren't really representing the
> content of NYCGA specifically at all. Most importantly critical
> organizing tools like the calendar or minutes, are difficult to find via
> navigation on a mobile deive.
> There are a number of options out there which I have deployed many times
> before, that support access to devices ranging from a pre-paid
> Blackberry up to an iPad.
> I think as most people are looking for information while on site, or in
> motion through NYC, we should do our best to support those types of
> users, instead of focusing solely on laptop-based access.
>> quickly via a self-hosted Asterisk instance (i already have one live athttp://opensteeetmic.org) or through a cloud-service like TWilio.
> In addition to this, I am nearly ready with my "mobile guide to occupy"
> content, and could include a page on the new site which offers links for
> downloads to various useful tools.
> Finally, at RNC 2004, Indymedia hosted a voice-based system (through
> Asterisk) anyone could call into which provided recent updates, calendar
> info, etc via RSS feeds, etc, that really provided broad access to all
> people interested. This is something that could also be done relatively
> All the best, and keep up the amazing work,
> Nathan / n8fr8