It’s time to get started.
Our team has been working on FindALostPet for a bit now, since the beginning of October. A couple weeks ago, Laef made it his inquiry project at the InquiryHub in Coquitlam. (By the way, since Laef’s the writer here, I’ll refer to myself as “me” and “I.”)
Originally we had planned to release it Canada-wide in January of 2016. Now that it’s my inquiry project, due in mid-December, we’ve changed the release dates a bit. We expect to release it for the Lower Mainland in December and for North America (yes, all of it) in February.
Starting as an idea and a few mock-ups by Stefan, it’s grown to a mess of PHP scripts running on a couple of our computers. A nice logo created by Alin has given it some character. And now, a new domain name, purchased by David Truss, the vice-principal of the iHub, has given it a place to reside: findalostpet.org.
So why all these small details? Well, I’ve been told to document our progress so I have done so. But we’ll add more here such as big important release statements and things like that. You know, what most project blogs have.