GitLab is a central host for Git repositories. It's like GitHub, but operated by Mason for Mason. Any student or member of the community may log into it with their Mason NetID. Users may upload code either for private work or public viewing, and may allow others to contribute to their projects.
Providing URL shortening would enhance branding when used by organizations in ULife and elsewhere. For example, all shortened links to a gmu.edu website would appear as go.gmu.edu/nHU8oPm instead of bit.ly/nHU8oPm.
A voluntary, privacy-focused Mason student housing directory. Foster community by seeing who else lives on your floor or in your building. Find other students who share your major. Link to your social media accounts.
A simple application to add your class schedule to calendar applications like Outlook and Google Calendar. This project is currently undergoing a significant rewrite and the live version does not reflect the ongoing development on the linked git repository.
Advisor is an automatic academic advising system. The goal is to allow students to enter their academic history in a standard form and receive an interactive list of coursework they are required to complete for graduation, as well as possible electives and prerequisite trees. This would not serve as a replacement for in-person academic advisor meetings.
Live on-campus laundry machine usage and trends.
Creative-commons licensed photographs of Mason locations and community. (Offical Mason photographs "are protected by copyright and the property of George Mason University.")
A Mason public key server. Allows for future exploration to deploy a public key infrastructure for encrypted email or digital signatures for general institutional purposes.
HackMason is our site for event information and registration.
Unified, common design language across all SRCT-developed projects and advertising, with recommendations, templates, and assets, including both LESS and compiled stylesheets.
A repository with default directory structures and settings for projects supporting multiple web frameworks.
A Jenkins deployment for Mason community use of continuous integration.
An online mapping utility for navigation inside buildings on campus. The university has numerous mapping resources available for students to locate buildings, but none for locating specific rooms and classrooms.
The org would integrate and expand repo.vse.gmu.edu, which currently hosts a local mirror of open source software. Such software mirrors are currently operated by Virginia Tech, MIT, RIT, University of Nebraska, Georgia Tech, Wheaton College, University of Calgary, and other institutions. This would be coordinated with VSE Computing Resources.
Want to find out about (currency exchanges | Australian wildlife | software usability | The Second Opium War)? People will build on the functionality in peoplefinder.gmu.edu by allowing students to search for professors by background and expertise, collecting their bios and research currently spread across School and College webpages.