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#146610 Front end Django web designer

Posted by mooshe on 30 April 2016 - 07:16 PM

Hey guys, it's been a minute! I've been working on a pretty large Django project the past couple weeks and I am in desperate need for a frontend designer. I have an Imgur album here to show some of the current layouts (I've been using bootstrap). If you'd like, you can checkout the full source code here on Github. Org's goal is to allow nonprofits, shelters, and other organization that work towards helping the marginalized to register their organization and become part of a directory of organizations that another app, vol, fetches from orgs api. Vol communicates with org to help organize volunteer scheduling. And no, the apps name will not stay org. 


This is part of a larger project being maintained here, so if we work well together I'd look into the possibility of having you create the whole brand. As it's for nonprofits, and is open source, I will be able to pay you a relatively low wage for the overall app (or per page). Thanks for taking a look!


- mooshe

#71702 Justin Bieber: Never say never

Posted by mooshe on 15 February 2011 - 06:51 PM

I am guessing a lot of you know i look like him. For our dance saturday, couples dress in a theme they chose. +1 for laughs.
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#59401 iPad mini?

Posted by mooshe on 22 December 2010 - 01:03 PM

Ahem. iPad mini = iPod touch.

#57318 [DOWNLOAD] CSS3 Button pack!

Posted by mooshe on 14 December 2010 - 09:56 PM

Just thought I would share this with you.
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#54196 How do you say our 'fearless' leader's name?

Posted by mooshe on 05 December 2010 - 09:37 PM

Completely on topic: I searched Tom Frost on Facebook, I found this:
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#53622 You guys better get ready

Posted by mooshe on 03 December 2010 - 07:28 PM

Why are you such a genius?

#52383 Rails for Zombies

Posted by mooshe on 28 November 2010 - 09:53 PM

I'm just going to learn RoR instead of PHP.

#48603 Collection of java lessons

Posted by mooshe on 07 November 2010 - 01:27 AM

Sorry guys, if there are any problems i cannot do much to fix them. I got them from a teacher who i do not talk to anymore :mellow:


Posted by mooshe on 05 November 2010 - 10:04 PM



Posted by mooshe on 05 November 2010 - 09:55 PM

everyone uses chrome.

#46756 Weblerr.com - it is awesome

Posted by mooshe on 27 October 2010 - 09:12 PM

This is really cool, actually :D
It pretty much is focused around sharing websites that you stumbleapon. Actually, i really like this.

great job! B)

#43714 [TUT] How to use a seedbox, for $10/month!

Posted by mooshe on 11 October 2010 - 02:27 PM

Why would you want a seedbox?
  • You have a laptop and don't want to run it all the time
  • Your a member of a private tracker and want to keep your ratio up
  • Your ISP is blocking BitTorrent traffic
  • You want to manage your torrents on the go

What do I need for this guide?
  • Average computer skills (which we all have)
  • Basic sheel commands
  • A VPS running CentOS 4.3 or above
  • SSH client PuTTY for Windows, Terminal for Mac

Heres a cheap VPS made for torrents that has 20gig hard drive, 265 ram, 100mb connection (try finding that at home), 1000gig bandwidth, CentOS
And its located in Germany, you can find it here for $8.95/month

Ok, once you have bought your VPS, and have your Username/Password, we can start.


First we are going to install a bunch of prerequisite software packages that we will need during the course of this tutorial. Issue the following command:
yum -y install gcc gcc-c++ m4 make automake libtool gettext openssl-devel pkgconfig perl-libwww-perl perl-XML-Parser curl curl-devel libevent-devel libevent libidn-devel zlib-devel which
yum -y upgrade

CentOS intltool package is out of date and a recent version is not available through the package manager. We must compile it from source.:
cd /usr/local/src
wget http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/sources/intltool/0.40/intltool-0.40.6.tar.gz
tar zxf intltool-*.tar.gz
cd intltool-*
./configure --prefix=/usr
make -s
make -s install

Installing Transmission

Transmission is the actual torrent application that you will be using. Again, just copy paste the commands into the SSH client window.
cd /usr/local/src
wget http://download.m0k.org/transmission/files/transmission-2.04.tar.bz2
tar xjf transmission-*.tar.bz2
cd transmission-*
./configure --prefix=/usr
make -s
make -s install

Add a user account for running the Transmission daemon application. You will be prompted to create a password. You will use that password to login and obtain the files that have been downloaded. Try to remember the password or write it down.
useradd -m transmission
passwd transmission

Create init script for starting the daemon.
wget -O /etc/init.d/transmissiond [url="http://pastie.org/pastes/962731/download"]http://pastie.org/pastes/962731/download[/url]
chmod 755 /etc/init.d/transmissiond

Set the Transmission daemon to start automatically when the server is restarted:
chkconfig --add transmissiond
chkconfig --level 345 transmissiond on

Start and stop the Transmission daemon. You must do this before proceeding to the next step. This ensures that everything up to now has been installed properly. Most important, this creates a default configuration file that we will be editing later on. You should see two green [OK] outputs after the completion.
service transmissiond start
service transmissiond stop

Now we need to modify the Transmission configuration file. Replace the bold/underlined portion of the last two commands with your own username and password combination. You’ll use this to login to Transmission application.
cd /home/transmission/.config/transmission/
sed -i 's/^.*rpc-whitelist-enabled.*/"rpc-whitelist-enabled": false,/' settings.json
sed -i 's/^.*rpc-authentication-required.*/"rpc-authentication-required": true,/' settings.json
sed -i 's/^.*rpc-username.*/"rpc-username": "username",/' settings.json
sed -i 's/^.*rpc-password.*/"rpc-password": "password",/' settings.json

Create a directory for storing downloads:
mkdir -p /home/transmission/Downloads/
chown -R transmission.transmission /home/transmission/Downloads/
chmod g+w /home/transmission/Downloads/

Finally start the Transmission daemon for good:
service transmissiond start

We are also going to install a ConfigServer Security & Firewall application. This application will help your server to stay secure and also ensure that the necessary ports are open for Transmission to function properly. This is an important step, please do not skip it. Hosting providers have different configurations of the default CentOS install and may block certain ports. This installation will ensure that the necessary ports are open and unnecessary ones remain closed.
cd /usr/local/src
wget http://www.configserver.com/free/csf.tgz
tar zxf csf.tgz
rm -f csf.tgz
cd csf

Now that we have CSF installed, we’ll issue a few commands to “doctor” the configuration file and open/close some ports.
cd /etc/csf
sed -i 's/^TESTING =.*/TESTING = "0"/' csf.conf
sed -i 's/^TCP_IN =.*/TCP_IN = "21,22,9091,51413,30000:35000"/' csf.conf
sed -i 's/^TCP_OUT =.*/TCP_OUT = "1:65535"/' csf.conf
sed -i 's/^UDP_IN =.*/UDP_IN = "20,21,51413"/' csf.conf
service csf restart

By now you should have the Transmission daemon running and FTP server setup. Lets try it!
Open the following URL in your browser:
Testing SFTP Connection

Download, install and open FileZilla. Go to File -> Site Manager. Click “New Site“. Give it a good name. Under “Host” field put the server name (if you have one), or simply the IP of the server. Choose SFTP under “Server Type“. “Logon Type” set to “Normal”. Set the user to “transmission” and the password you have created during Transmission installation (the first one). Now click “Connect“, you should see FileZilla establishing the connection and then finally listing remote directories in the right hand side part of the window. You should see “Downloads” directory, this is where all of the download files will be stored.

Setting up Transmission Remote GUI

This is my favourite part about this whole setup. Not only you get a nice and fast web based client, but you can also set this up to be used with the desktop application! If you are migrating from µTorrent, then you’ll love this!

Head over to the Transmission Remote GUI project page and download a copy of the client. Install the software.

Once you have it open:

Go to menu Torrents and select “Connect to daemon“.
Enter the server IP into the “Remote host” field. Make sure not to put the whole URL (http://….), just put the IP part (e.g. “″).
Enter 9091 into the “Port” field.
Enter your username and password you have set during the Transmission installation (the second one).
Click “OK”.
Your desktop software should now be “talking” to your server. Note that this software only shows the status of the downloads, but you can’t actually access files through that UI. You still need to use the FTP client to download the completed torrents.

There you go! :D

#43225 The End

Posted by mooshe on 08 October 2010 - 11:48 AM

That is fucking hilairous. stereotype much? haha

#42922 CSS issue

Posted by mooshe on 05 October 2010 - 08:38 PM

Dude you know what else you can do? USE CSS3. YAY! :rolleyes:

#42746 Hello.

Posted by mooshe on 04 October 2010 - 03:37 PM

Hi der :lol:

welcome to the coolest forum you will every be part of :rolleyes: