keeping track of my children's money since 2013
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README.rst

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Allowances
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.. rubric:: keeping track of my children's money since 2013

Why
===

I want to write a from-scratch, non-tutorial web application in go. This is my
attempt at such an endeavor.


What
====

The main point of this app should be the following:
* authenticate user(s)
* All should be able to see:
- how much each child has earned
- show results for a single child
* Authenticated users should be able to:
- add money to a given child by surfing to their page and clicking on
coins
* The app should:
- be resilient to restart
- on write, store info in .json db
- on start up deal with parsing and empty data.json files
- look better than what I've written in the past

Dependencies
============
* bootstrap_
- place in ./static/bootstrap


Bootstrap DB
============

$ echo "[]" > passwds.json

.. _bootstrap: http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/assets/bootstrap.zip