[hackspacebristol] New event booking site - please test
kaspar.bumke at gmail.com
Mon Jun 20 18:19:36 UTC 2016
Oh, if you want to try and create an event you could signup on
https://events.bristolhack.space/signup. If you want to test out the
payment bit you would have to set up your own (test) payment provider.
We could also consider accepting Bitcoin for events through Bitpay in which
case we wouldn't incur any transaction fees (but people would likely have
to pay fees when converting to Bitcoin). At this point I know that you can
rent a VPS, register a domain name and buy games with Bitcoin so it's not
totally worthless to us. We can also transfer it to GBP later if we want
On 20 June 2016 at 19:05, Kaspar Emanuel <kaspar.bumke at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was reading an old message from Kit from after running the sensor
> On 6 April 2016 at 09:43, kit.wallace <kit.wallace at gmail.com> wrote:
> According to Eventbrite we had a gross income of £44.00 and a net of
>> £26.11 - this means Eventbrite made £17.89, 41% of takings .
> Which seems like a lot considering we are mostly taking payments to make
> sure people actually show up.
> I set up a service at https://events.bristolhack.space running Attendize
> <https://github.com/Attendize/Attendize> which is an open source ticket
> booking system. This uses Stripe as a payment provider and the fees are
> thus 1.4% + 20p instead of the 5% + 99p with Eventbrite.
> I set this up on a (free for 1 year) instance of Amazon EC2 but we can
> consider switching it to our existing free VPS (but not sure whom to
> contact about that).
> Attendize is in a beta testing phase at best and there may be bugs and
> features missing. So far I have noticed that there is no way to delete an
> event yet but I have
> found a work-around for this by amending the database manually. I would
> really like people to test it out to see if there are any blocking issues.
> There is a test event on there and you can try and buy tickets for it
> using these test cards <https://stripe.com/docs/testing#cards> (expiry
> date and CCV seem to be whatever you want). The payment stuff is not hooked
> up for real yet but it’s a matter of adding some API keys. I could then
> receive the funds to my Stripe account. Maybe we should make a Hackspace
> I registered the domain bristolhack.space for £1.50 so I could play
> around with the DNS settings and get the SSL certificates. It currently
> re-directs to bristol.hackspace.org.uk and maybe we would like the events
> page set up as a sub-domain of that as well instead (but I am not sure whom
> to contact about that either).
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