This is the community architecture proposal for RIT’s HFOSS class.
We are doing our project on Oh My Zsh. We chose this project because two of our members use Oh My Zsh on a daily basis. We believe that this is a fun project that many people would enjoy using and contributing to.
Oh My Zsh is an open-source, community-driven framework for managing Zsh configuration. It includes many functions, helpers, plugins, and themes.
Source code can be found on Github
We believe that the easy part of this project would be to run the git analytic tools and explore the projects communication methods.
The hardest part of this project would probably ironically be coordinating schedules so that we can work on this together.
To make sure that we hit all the deadlines, we are breaking this down into two sprints.
We are placing the timeline for this sprint to be march 18th. During this sprint we want to do the following:
The second sprint will be due at the same time the final submission for this project is due– march 25th.
This sprint will comprise of: