Seekers will piece together a route by following clues that lead to a picnic spot.
Along the way, there will be an opportunity to pick up food and beverages, but fill up your water bottles. Your Guide will bring a tablecloth and cups as well as a cable lock that will secure up to six bikes.
Round trip distance is about 10 miles, some flat stretches and otherwise moderate hills.
Suitable rider skill: Occasional cyclist.
This covers registration of your device with Clue Ride. Once registered, Clue Ride knows who you are each time you play Clue Ride.
If you haven’t installed the Clue Ride app, follow these instructions.
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Scenario: An email is sent and we want to check that the links on the email point to pages that contain appropriate content. This method avoids needing to a) setup an account for those emails, b) putting those credentials in our source repo, and c) testing that email itself works.
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This page covers Front-end Testing options for the applications which support Clue Ride.
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This How-To covers WordPress Roles for publishing and managing the content on this site. The roles used on this site are used the same as roles would be used on other WordPress sites, so the understanding gained in this module would be useful on other WordPress sites as well.
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Here’s a first cut at the constellation of achievement badges for ClueRide Developers. This serves as an overall picture of the development opportunities and the scale of the project. This is still exploring the connections between the various skills and how the lead to learning paths and badges at higher levels.
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Exploring tools for organizing the creation of a set of Badges led me to Just Frameworks, a project of My Knowledge Map. It provides a simple tool for entering and displaying a nested set of skills which correlate well with Badges. Continue reading “Frameworks for Organizing Badges”
To get started issuing Open Badges doesn’t require too much when using Badgr. This describes a simple way to begin creating Open Badges. Continue reading “A Minimal Badge Issuer setup”
BadgeOS is a WordPress plugin that allows issuing and perhaps displaying badges. Interested to find out a few things about this Open Badges option for Clue Ride.
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This explores using a “Badge Ecosystem” for creating a couple of types of value: Skills Certification and Volunteer Contribution.
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