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I help a local non-profit group with their "IT stuff". They coordinate gift giving, matching local donor families to local families in need, with a focus on baby-related items for newborns. They've been making the matches by hand using email, and it's become cumbersome as they've grown. They're thinking of expanding to other cities, and the overhead in match-making, sorting through emails by hand, etc. is inhibiting their growth. The biggest challenges are making the match, dealing with and sorting through the various communications related to a given match, and dealing with donors who bail before fulfilling their commitment. We've been talking about options, and so far they think they need a solution that will allow donors to complete a form describing what they have to offer, and similarly for families in need, to indicate what they are in need of. The forms would get sent to staff, staff would make a match, and that's that. The matches are laborious to make, and IMHO are not something we could hope to automate. Best hope is to at least move away from free-text emails and into standardized forms, and eliminate the communication hassles by tying them all to specific tickets/requests. Being an IT guy, I immediately thought of an open-source ticketing or request system. I imagined a solution where both donors and families in need would complete a ticket (tailored with the relevant fields for this purpose), staff would be assigned the tickets in the back-end, and they'd make a match and coordinate/communicate via the tickets. Are there any solutions that jump out to you for this problem? Is there a better approach for solving this? I'm asking here in /r/Linux because the solution must be FOSS (they have literally no operating budget), and this seems like the best community to bring this kind of question to. If there's a more appropriate sub, please let me know. submitted by sunshine-x [link] [comment]

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Hello everyone, I'm in need to extend a linux driver so in the probe method a GPIO is configured as output and pulled high. The pin should be configured through the device tree (I'm on an ARM platform). I was looking at the Documentation folder of the kernel but I couldn't find sufficient Documentation of basic functions of_match_ptr and others. Is there somewhere an overview of such functions with an explanation of parameters, return values and what the function does? Something like a JavaDoc or Doxygen? Thanks in advance. submitted by dereulenspiegel [link] [comment]

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Hey guys, I'm looking for an application/scripts/filesystem that will back up any files and/or directories that haven't been accessed for a certain period of time. My root filesystem and home directory live on an SSD, while backups and VMs live on a bigger HDD. I'd like it if, on top of regular backups, infrequently used files/directories could be pushed to the HDD from the SSD and replaced with a simlink (or something similar) so that the files can still be accessed without too much hassle. Ideally any files that become used frequently again will be brought back onto the SSD. The ability to exclude file/directories is a bonus too. Has anyone used or know of any software that can do this? Any suggestions would be highly appreciated. Cheers! submitted by mixture_model [link] [1 comment]

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