At $work recently many late nights were spent hackety-hacking on a prototype that got written up in the New York Times today. Apart from some promotional materials, not much is available to the public just yet. I just got pulled in near the end to do some search stuff. Over the past few months I’ve seen dchud in top form managing complicated data/organizational workflows while making technical decisions. A nice outgrowth of working with smarties is ending up with a fun and productive technology stack: python, django, postgres, jquery, solr, tilecache, ubuntu, trac, subversion, vmware. Given the press and the commitment to UNESCO I think the code is going to start being a bit more than a prototype pretty soon
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