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Fancy a plugin challenge

Hello all. I am going to start building a website for a local scout group and need a custom plugin. I was wondering if anyone wanted a challenge and build us a voluntary plugin.

Requirements

When a user logs in they will have a "My Badges" page. On this page will be a list of all of their completed and started badges. Now when you click on a started badge it will show all of the step required to get the badge, and clicking on the steps will show more details on the step. Each completed step will have a tick next to it so that the scout knows it has been done. (One step can be assigned more than one badge,)

E.E

If the leader says that "Steve" has completed the "Swim a 100m" and that that step is required to get the "Swimmers Level 1" badge and "Swimmers Level 2" badge both badges will automatically get assigned as started.

Now all of this info will be added by the Leader through the dashboard. So they would make steps (that are easily categorized) first including more info on the step. Now once all of the steps have been added they can then add badges and select the steps for that badge, add a badge image and description.

Now how the Leader will say that a scout has completed a step (or badge using an forced complete function) I don't know. That is all up to your imagination and talent.

If someone is interested in practicing your skills, here you go.

Regards