Maybe I’m missing something (I’ve been offline a lot recently for
unavoidable reasons), but the perf farm project already has a Django
backend initialised and configured to work with community auth, on
community infrastructure.


On Sunday, March 11, 2018, Hongyuan Ma <cs_maleica...@163.com> wrote:

> Hello, mark
> I initialized a Django project and imported the Django REST Framework. Its
> github address is: https://github.com/PGPerfFarm/server-code
> I created some model classes and also wrote scripts in the dbtools folder
> to import simulation data for development. I am hesitant to use admin or
> xadmin as the administrator's backend for the site (I prefer to use xadmin).
> I also initialized the website's front-end application. Here is its
> address: https://github.com/PGPerfFarm/front-end-code.git
> I wrote the header component as shown:
> I hope this effect can enhance the future user experience:).
> This application uses vue.js and element-ui, but if you insist on using
> other js libraries or not using js, please let me know. I will empty this
> project and then rewrite it as you wish.
> My next step is to determine the necessary api interface and the
> corresponding components of the front-end application. Then implement them
> one by one.
> Finally, as you can see, I created an organization named PGPerfFarm on
> github without permission. I sent you an invitation letter, and after you
> join, I am willing to hand over the administrator of the organization to
> you.
> Regards,
> Hongyuan Ma (cs_maleica...@163.com)

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