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  • Ask HN: Looking for a project to volunteer on? (January 2024)
    10 projects | | 4 Jan 2024

    Languages: Python, Django, JavaScript, Browser extensions

    Free Law Project is a small non-profit that uses technology to make the legal sector better. We operate at a big scale (about 300M items in our DB and a lot of traffic), and need help scaling, operating, expanding, fixing, modernizing, and maintaining our stack.

    One high priority project is adding a CDN to our site due to the crush we just got on the latest Epstein docs:



    If you have experience in rolling out a CDN, that's great.

    If not, we also have a volunteer backlog where we are always looking for help with our website, browser extensions, etc:

    At this point, if you are a Python/Django/Browser extension dev, we could probably use your help!

    Get in touch: info at free dot law

  • courtlistener: NEW Data - star count:367.0
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  • Using HTMX with Django Rest Framework
    1 project | /r/django | 26 Oct 2022
    If anybody has made it this far, all of the code for this is open source, and we'd certainly welcome your thoughts and ideas. I'm guessing lots of other people have crossed this bridge (DRF and HTMX are both quite popular), but I didn't see any other good guides, so hopefully this can be a beginning.
  • courtlistener: NEW Data - star count:293.0
    1 project | /r/algoprojects | 28 May 2022
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