We call the group of people who went to a particular for-fun fort a cohort (because James is a nerd and likes Latin and Roman history). Check out our list of all previous /dev/fort alumni.
When we run a fort for a company or organisation, we call it a comitatus instead of a cohort.
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Published by Mark Norman Francis on December 01, 2010.
/dev/fort returned to its origins at Fort Clonque and made something awesome involving space.
Published by James Aylett on June 14, 2010.
Published by James Aylett on February 07, 2010.
During the third /dev/fort project we needed an easy way of styling arbitrary exceptional HTTP status codes.
Published by Mark Norman Francis on February 06, 2010.
Published by Mark Norman Francis on January 24, 2010.
The fourth /dev/fort is currently being planned, scheduled for summer 2010.
Published by James Aylett on January 12, 2010.
A quick report about the first of the /dev/fort projects to go live to the public.
Published by Mark Norman Francis on November 20, 2009.
We occupied Saddell House from the 9th to the 16th of November 2009. If anything, this felt more remote and isolated than Fort Clonque did in the first /dev/fort.
Published by James Aylett on September 08, 2009.
Simon Willison's keynote at DjangoCon 2009 was Cowboy development with Django, talking about WildLife Near You.
Published by James Aylett on July 24, 2009.
During the creation of the second /dev/fort project, I implemented lazy registration in django.
Published by Mark Norman Francis on June 20, 2009.
The second /dev/fort was held in Knockbrex Castle, Scotland, between May 30th and June 6th, 2009.