@Smootasaurus Yep - it's fully open source. Always a WIP. https://github.com/jamesvandyne/tanzawaGitHub - jamesvandyne/tanzawa: Tanzawa is a blogging system designed for the IndieWeb that focuses on sustainability.
This is what the admin screen looks like:
It works like you'd imagine: click the Import from Strava button to import your latest activities. While it's storing the mapping data, it's not displaying them yet.
There's also a public page that's added to display some stats of your running. It looks like this:
Again, quite minimal. I even wrote some documentation for how to enable and set it up.
Both of these pages will be evolving a lot over the coming weeks as I now have a foundation in Tanzawa for working with Strava data in place. On the admin site, I'm planning to add mapping and more detailed information. On the public side, I'm planning more statistics and comparisons, including some fun ones that'll help us track really big goals.
If there's anything you think is a must have or some fun ideas that one could do with the data, I'd love to hear them!
@jamesvandyne what is tanzawa?reply
@Smootasaurus Tanzawa is the blogging / website CMS that I wrote to power my website, jamesvandyne.com There's links in my profile 😃 .reply
@jamesvandyne gotcha. And it sounds like you have your Strava feed integrated. Cool! Is Tanzawa on github or anywhere to get out?reply