A few years ago I was fairly involved with a university archery club. The exec of the club at the time thought it would be a cool idea to have a community website, to allow the members to keep up-to-date with club news, get club information. The site also provides members a place to keep track of the equipment they use and could keep track of their scores. This also enables the exec to see how the members are progressing, allowing them to easily see who may need more help and who is doing well (for example when needing to pick a team for inter-university shoots).
- Basic news section
- Club documentation area
- Exec pages
- Shoot management allowing users to upload complete score sheets.
- User management including account creation
- Round type database
- Basic For sale section
The archery club in question is quite small, the exec changed and there wasn't any interest in the site. As a result when I left the site was replaced with a much simpler one. The original code is now on github should anyone be interested in it: