Acanban is an academic Kanban board. It aims to provide a collaboration platform for students and mentors, with first-class support for academic evaluation.
Acanban runs on Python 3.7+ and requires RethinkDB and IPFS 0.7 or above.
The development version of Acanban can be installed from this git repository:
python -m pip install git+https://github.com/Huy-Ngo/acanban
Acanban can then be evoked via
python -m acanban. In production,
it is typical to run it as a systemd service, configured like followed.
[Unit] Description=The Acanban Server After=network.target [Service] ExecStart=/path/to/venv/bin/python -m acanban Restart=on-failure [Install] WantedBy=default.target
Acanban's configuration files are looked for
in user and site config dir (in that order),
With third-party configuration separated to dedicated files,
acanban.toml may define the following keys:
# Used for HTTP to HTTPS redirection if defined domain = 'example.com'
Hypercorn configuration is loaded from
Acanban does not override any of the server's defaults.
Values defined in
rethinkdb.toml will be passed to the RethinkDB client.
Below are some of the fields that commonly need to be configured
and their default values:
host = 'localhost' port = 28015 user = 'admin' timeout = 20 db = 'test'
ipfs.toml must define the following keys,
whose default values are listed as follows:
[api] base = 'http://127.0.0.1:5001/api/v0' [gateway] base = 'http://127.0.0.1:8080/ipfs' fallback = 'https://ipfs.io'
First clone the repository and install Acanban as editable:
git clone https://github.com/Huy-Ngo/acanban cd acanban python -m pip install flit flit install --symlink
After playing around with the source code, one can use
to test the modified version:
python -m pip install tox tox
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