So long Meetup, and thanks for all the pizza ↦
Meetup hiked their prices in a way that shifts the burden off the organizers and on to the participants. They’ve received enough blow back from this change that it wouldn’t surprise me if they adjust (or revert) course, but it may be too late. The open source community is already on the move.
This will be a self-hosted Docker image that you can one-click deploy to the cloud, then configure through an admin panel. No coding required.
Quincy and the freeCodeCamp team don’t have much more than a README and a schema right now, but objects in motion tend to stay in motion. It’s a great time to jump in and contribute. ✊
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They also disabled their legacy auth system (using API keys) recently. OAuth2 applications are only available to pro members but it’s not like you cannot waste your time still registering a new application with it being promptly rejected … after three to five business days: https://twitter.com/meetup_support/status/1176164955151749120 😞